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In this issue

Dr P B Jayasundera, Secretary to the Ministry of Finance and Planning, elaborates on the economic gains that the country would realise in the next decade, where Sri Lanka will reach USD 4,000 per capita income together with low inflation, a growth rate of ten percent, a vibrant private sector and a self sufficient country, where agriculture will retain its prime place.

Nishantha Wickremasinghe, Chairman of SriLankan Airlines speaks to Business Today about the future journey of the Group and SriLankan Airlines’ role as the National Carrier of a nation now poised to become an Aviation Hub.

Since its inception the national carrier SriLankan Airlines has been continuously evolving, facing challenges and coming out strong. With the Government becoming the majority shareholder in July 2010, the Airline has been re-energised with a truly Sri Lankan management leading it to the fore. With the first half of the year showing positive returns SriLankan Airlines is poised to take off while taking centre stage in the Aviation Hub envisaged in the vision for Sri Lanka. Manoj Gunawardena, has been with the organisation for 30 years and was appointed as the CEO of SriLankan Airlines in 2008.

Business Today Sri Lanka Magazine Description:

PublisherBT Options

CategoryBusiness

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

The magazine of the corporate world, Business Today features an interesting line-up of interviews with eminent personalities who impact the corporate, commercial and economic sectors. The monthly magazine also includes exclusive articles syndicated from the Harvard Business Review and Financial Times. It has also featured the monthly columns by Richard Branson and Howard Schultz. International interviews featured include Sir Richard Branson, Paul Allen, Howard Schultz, Omar Bin Laden and Sir Jonathan Ive. Articles penned by President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden Jr. have also been featured in the magazine.

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