• Sri Lanka War
    Running Head : Effects of Sri Lanka ‘s Civil Wars Writer ‘s name :Instructor ‘s name :Course :Date :Background information Long before 1977 , upon the founding of this island country , originally Ceylon , the two main communities – Sinhalese people (majority , who occupied the southern part
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  • Sri Lanka Development Stratergies
    1. Introduction Sri Lanka’s development policies are being reoriented under the stewardship of the United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) Government, aimed at acceleration of economic growth with special consideration given to pro-poor growth strategies. The development strategy consolidates
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  • Milk Industry in Sri Lanka
    FINAL FOR REVIEW Improved Market Access and Smallholder Dairy Farmer Participation for Sustainable Dairy Development. Lessons Learned Sri Lanka N.F.C. RANAWEERA November 2007 Table of contents LIST OF TABLES............................................................................
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  • Sri Lanka
    Sri Lanka is a small island nation off the southeastern tip of India. The island of Sri Lanka has been known in Europe by several names. The earliest was probably Serendip, and later known as Ceylon. The present name was adopted in 1972 when the country became a republic and it means "Blessed Lanka"
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  • Genocide in Sri Lanka
    Genocide in Sri Lanka To quote the late Chinese politician Mao Tse-Tung a, “Politics is war without bloodshed while war is politics with bloodshed.” Genocide; is the deliberate and systematic destruction, in whole or in part, of an ethnic, racial, religious, or national group. But why do we p
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  • Garbage in Sri Lanka
    Garbage in Sri Lanka  An Overview of Solid Waste Management in the Ja-Ela Area Levien van Zon (levien@scum.org)  Nalaka Siriwardena October 2000  Integrated Resources Management Programme in Wetlands (IRMP), Sri Lanka  Free University of Amsterdam (VU) / Institute for Environmental Studie
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  • Sri Lanka Culture Change to Attract Fdi
    Should Sri Lanka Business Culture be Changed to Attract Foreign Investments, to Produce Goods and Services to the Global Market By Fathima Shamila Suhaib MBA UWIC – at ICBT Mount Campus Batch No. 6 Student Number - 67 Introduction After worn out by the War for almost 30 years Sri Lanka
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  • Industrialization Experience in Sri Lanka
    Abstract On the whole, this paper gives an analysis on the impact of globalization on Sri Lanka and further examines the industrialization experience in Sri Lanka following the market-oriented policy transformation instigated in 1977, while emphasizing on the establishment of trade Policies includi
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  • Sri Lanka
    Abstract This paper will discuss the nation of people that inhabit the country of Sri Lanka. It will discuss the history of Sri Lanka, the geography, demographics, economy along with the government and military interaction. It will also cover the vast environment that has developed over time by di
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  • Discussion About Marketing Concepts and Their Applications in Sri Lanka
    Discussion about Marketing Concepts and their Applications In Sri Lanka Table of Contents Table of Contents 1 1. Marketing Philosophy 2 2. Customer Value and Satisfaction 4 3. Marketing Myopia 6 4. Postmodern Marketing 8 5. Marketing Environment 9 List of References 11 1. Market
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  • Recent Effort in Sri Lanka
    Recent Efforts Mainly the Mahaweli Development of 1971 as well as the Accelerated Mahaweli of 1978, attempted to change the traditional system of survival mono-crop agricultural system into a lucrative economic venture that could ensure an sufficient earnings to the individual farmer and also a
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  • Industrial Relations Pressures/Issues Evident for ‘Women Workers in the Garment Industry in Sri Lanka’
    1. INTRODUCTION This report will focus on industrial relations pressures/issues evident for „Women workers in the Garment Industry in Sri Lanka’, a strategic plan for addressing these issues utilizing relevant theory. The industrial relations issues faced by women are very much similar to all wo
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  • Marien Life Tourism in Sri Lanka
    Executive Summary Sri Lanka is an island with a rich cultural heritage, diverse landscapes, and a significant number of wildlife reserves. Today after three decades of ethnic unrest, tourist activities in Sri Lanka have shown promising signs of recovery, by becoming the fourth largest foreign excha
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  • Deficiencies of the Prevailing Labour Law in Sri Lanka
    DEFICIENCIES OF THE PREVAILING LABOUR LAW SYSTEM IN SRI LANKA BACKGROUND FOR THE STUDY 1.1. Employment Employment is a An act of employing State of being employed The work in which one is engaged; occupation. An activity to which one devotes time The percentage or number of peop
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  • Muslims in Sri Lanka
    The Sri Lankan Moors (commonly referred to as Muslims) are the third largest ethnic group in Sri Lanka comprising 8% of the country's total population (approx. 2 million people in 2005). They are predominantly followers of Islam. The Moors trace their ancestry to Arab traders who settled in Sri Lank
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  • Tourism 2012 Sri Lanka
    Leading Hotel Associations, Tour Operators, and Travel Associations commends steps being taken by the government to promote tourism and express optimism in the growth of tourist industry in Sri Lanka. Anura Lokuhetty, President of the Tourist Hotels Association says that the year 2011 was a wonder
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  • Impact of Service Quality on Customer Switching Propensity in the Retail Banking Industry of Sri Lanka
    The banking industry of Sri Lanka has undergone tremendous shift due to intense competition and technological developments. While banks are becoming more customer focused and market driven, customers are becoming more demanding and selective in their preferences. Minimizing of customer switching i
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  • Vending Machine Sri Lanka
    Silent Salesman: Vending Machine Technology adaptation in Sri Lanka 1. Introduction A Vending Machine is a coin or note operated machine selling products ranging from fast moving consumer goods up to selected electronic items. Vending machine has been considered as the best automated retail
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  • Pestle Analysis on Sri Lanka
    PESTLE analysis Project Cycle Management ----- A short training course in project cycle management for subdivisions of MFAR in Sri Lanka MFAR, ICEIDA and UNU-FTP Ministry of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DFAR) Sri Lanka Icelandic International Development Agency (ICEIDA) Iceland Un
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  • Sports in Sri Lanka
    Sports in Sri Lanka We Sri Lankans as a nation have faced three decades of bloody terrorism. The impacts upon our society by the conflicts are deep and memorable with brutal consequences. It has been a leach sucking the blood of prosperity and peace. It has influenced badly in every corner of our s
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