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Interpol has issued a red notice for former Central Bank Governor Arjun Mahendran who is wanted in connection with the investigation into the Treasury bond case.

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Washington (Reuters): Yesterday, US President Donald Trump criticized OPEC for output reductions that have helped raise oil prices, and said the action would not be tolerated as oil prices appeared set for a second consecutive week of gains.

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Bloomberg: Sri Lanka will continue to press ahead with reforms and revenue for the start of the year is on target, junior Finance Minister Eran Wickramaratne said in an interview.

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Sri Lanka Cricket announced on Thursday (19 April) the record profits of Rs. 940 million from the recently concluded Nidahas Trophy triangular series.

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Bank of Ceylon yet again set a record during Avurudu season with over Rs. 54 billion worth transactions taking place in BOC’s very own CDM and ATM terminals.

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Reuters: The rupee ended higher on Thursday, a day after the local currency hit a record low, as greenback sales by exporters outpaced dollar demand from importers, dealers said.

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The world’s first diamond backed crypto assets were launched over the weekend in Dubai, by the Al Kasir Group, bringing diamond trading to the blockchain.

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Carbon Consulting, one of South Asia’s leading sustainability consultants (with MTI as a strategic equity partner), has urged Sri Lankan businesses to take a more scientific and proactive response to Climate change, stating that “businesses must make it their business to respond to climate change”

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President Maithripala Sirisena yesterday called upon the business communities and civil societies to come together with the states to ensure the successful implementation of the 2030 agenda for sustainable development.

Thursday, 19 April 2018 06:07

Govt. slaps 15% levy on gold imports

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The Government yesterday slapped an levy of 15% on gold imports effective midnight yesterday, to curb overseas purchases by traders looking to take advantage of a favourable price arbitrage with top consumer India.

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