DFCC recorded favourable growth in the first half of FY2016 ending 30th June 2016, with a consolidated profit after tax of LKR 1,721 million which is 16.1% over the LKR 1,482 million recorded in the comparable period ended 30th June 2015.
Incumbent Inland Revenue Department commissioner general Kalyani Dassanayake and another official have allegedly plotted to prevent the state from getting Rs. 50 million of tax revenue due from Wheels Lanka company three years ago.
Instant, real-time fund transfers between Oman and Sri Lanka have become possible as a result of a tie-up between the Commercial Bank of Ceylon and Bank Muscat, the leading financial services provider in the Sultanate.
Over 150 internationally reputed pharmaceutical and medical companies from 10 countries will come together to showcase state-of-the-art Analytical, Scientific, and Biotechnology related instruments at the Sri Lanka Lab and Medical Expo.
Google India Managing Director, Lankan-born Rajan Anandan, yesterday urged Sri Lanka to harness both local and international talent to successfully tap the boom in the global technology business.
Sri Lankan Government's plan to encourage higher use of debit and credit cards by the people than cash is gaining momentum with several finance companies have applied to get Central Bank licence to issue cards deviating from the main mode of financial transaction in the country.