Consequences of Conflict in Sri Lanka
Political consequence consequence (SC). (PC), Economic consequence (EC), and Social
PC: Political consequence is an important consequence of the Sri Lankan Conflict. Armed conflict arose out of the intense displeasure of the Tamils at their discrimination. A
Table of contents
Introduction ... 01
Economy & Employment In Sri Lanka ... 02
Sri Lanka National Statistics ... 05
Globalization & Sri Lanka ... 07
Singapore Economy ... 09
Singapore National Statistics ... 11
Impact on economy & employment
Role of the Navy in Disaster Management in Sri Lanka
The role of the Navy is clearly defined in the Navy Act (1950). This chapter describes the more general roles pertinent to the seaward defence of the island nation and the Aid to civil power activities. The views of the...
1.1 Disasters in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is known as the “Pearl of the Indian Ocean, Island Paradise and more recently, A Land like no other “. Words such as hazards and Disasters were very rare in Sri Lanka and people lived with seasonal floods, droughts,...
Foreign Direct Investment in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka, the pearl of the Indian Ocean, had a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of worth USD 59.42 billion in 2012. It became an open economy in 1977 with trade and FDI liberalisation and became the largest open economy in South Asia. Majority of the...
Human Elephant Conflict has been a growing concern in Sri Lanka for decades. The damage caused to property, cultivated lands, human lives and increasing deaths of elephants has intensified in the past few decades. 70% of the country's wild elephant...
Sri Lankan Apparel Industry :
MAS Holdings Facing The Post MFA Era
Schulich School of Business
York University, Canada
April 18, 2009
With the phasing out of the Multi Fiber Agreement[i] in 2005, China & India have bombarded the
Journal of Business Ethics (2010) 89:559–568 DOI 10.1007/s10551-010-0407-3
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Peace through Tourism: The Birthing of a New Socio-Economic Order
ABSTRACT. Humankind is currently witnessing, and shaping, the most significant and rapid paradigm shift in human
ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT
MANAGEMENT RESEARCH REPORT
HOW THE NEW BORN PEACE WILL AFFECT THE TOURISM INDUSTRY IN SRI LANKA
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E-Tourism In Sri Lanka
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About Sri Lanka
Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka commonly known as the pearl of the Indian Ocean or as Ceylon is one of the
My intention is to generate environmental friendly sustainable tourism instead of relying only on leisure seeking popular tourism, stated President Mahinda Rajapaksa in Mahinda Chintana, his manifesto to develop the country.
In keeping with this pledge, the Government done much in the...
2.1.1 Background of the Sri Lankan Hotel Industry
In a country like Sri Lanka booming tourism industry plays a significant role in the generation of income/ foreign exchange and provision of employment opportunities which results in improving...
Sri Lanka’s Continual Civil War
The ethnic tension between Sri Lanka’s majority and minority populations, the Sinhalese who are mostly Buddhists being the majority and the minority being mostly Hindu and are called Tamil, has been going on for many of years. Finally in 1983 the ethnic tension
A STUDY OF THE FACTORS THAT WILL INCREASE THE NUMBER OF CHINESE TOURIST VISITS TO SOUTH AFRICA, WITH A PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE CHINESE TOURISM INDUSTRY IN SHANGHAI.
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A dissertation submitted in fulfilment of the requirements of the Master degree of Technology of Tourism and Hosp
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Economic and Employment Opportunities of Tourism in Bangladesh : A Study on Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation
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