• Organization Competition Environment
    each of your selection classified under the respective category.[the classification should be very clear and precise a clear analysis is required] PRIVATE SECTOR Private sector Companies in Sri Lanka Private sectors comprises a set of firms such as * Private Limited companies, (PVT) LTD...
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  • Sri Lanka Development Stratergies
    growth in this sector has been sluggish. Rapid agricultural productivity growth is fundamental for reducing poverty in Sri Lanka as nearly 90 per cent of the poor live in the rural agricultural economy. Therefore, rapid development in food production while protecting the environment, water...
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  • Tsunami and Wars
    of interest was whether the tsunami and ensuing relief efforts precipitated a renewal of fighting and the eventual end, almost three years to the day after the tsunami, of a ceasefire agreement signed in 2002. Recent Government of Sri Lanka (GoSL) victories on the battlefield raise a more...
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  • Sri Lankan hotels
    it’s perceived that there would be great potential in the hotel sector investments in Sri Lanka with the war coming to an end as 1/3 rd of the island adding to the countries tourism scope. Therefore the hotel sector has shown significant signs of recovery where the Government of Sri Lanka has...
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  • Aitken Spencer Hotel
    Kandalama resort. Tourism in the Kandalama and Sri Lanka in general increased after the lull in violence and the construction of facilities like the Kandalama Hotel. Many guests arrived in Sri Lanka and used the facility a clear sign that tourism improved after the construction. For instance, there was a...
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  • Corporate Plan
    provider in Sri Lanka which was established in 2000.As a subsidiary of OTC Group ABC solar operates in US,Europe and Asia. The company is guided by strong vision and mission statements which are aimed at providing environmental friendly energy solutions to its customers. There are several...
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  • Education
    . 2. GDP-STOCK MARKET RELATIONSHIP IN SRI LANKA Extensive government involvement has been a feature of the post independence economic policies of successive governments after independence. Government led economic development schemes made investments in vital sectors of the economy. The scale...
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  • Leadership for University Student
    largely on agriculture services and light industry. The service sector is the largest of the Sri Lanka economy, employing 45 percent of the workforce and contributing roughly 60 percent of GDP. Tourism, banking, finance and retail trade are the major components of the service sector. HSBC Economic...
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  • Porters Five Forces
    research as follows.* Percent among those very likely to visit Sri Lanka in next 2 years – post concept exposure. Table 3 -(SLTDA 2010) After having understood the key markets and the segments it is important to note the key economic variables which have an impact on tourism. Following are some...
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  • Srilankan Airlines
    . ------------------------------------------------- [edit]Sri Lankan AirTaxi Main article: Sri Lankan AirTaxi Sri Lankan Airlines began domestic air taxi service using two Canadian-built DHC-6-100 aircraft to increase tourism in the southern and central cities of Sri Lanka. It currently flies to...
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  • social sciences
    and Sri Lanka. The countries for study were carefully chosen after discussion with analysts and policy makers. With regard to Pakistan, the question posed is: how will Pakistan’s internal situation pan out and how will it impact India? With regard to China, it was important from the policy makers...
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  • Ecommerce
    and east of Sri Lanka 3.0 Problem Context: With the end of the 30 year civil war Sri Lanka is currently in the process of regaining its economic stability. Tourism as one of its major industries would play a vital part in Sri Lanka’s revival process, contributing 1.9% of the GNP and 5.2% to...
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  • elephant transit center sri lanka
    the construction of Udawalawe reservoir on the Walawe River in Sri Lanka and also to protect the catchment of the reservoir. It was established on 30 June 1972 and it covers 30,821 hectares of the land area. In old days the area was used for shifting cultivation by the people. After the...
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  • Religious Tourism
    ........................................................................................... 253 Religious Tourism in Sri Lanka...................................................................... 257 16.1 Religious Characteristics ..................................................................... 258 16.2 Sri Lankan Tourism...
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  • Sri Lanka
    important locally oriented industries. In addition, the ongoing war effort, the education system, and the tourism industry comprise significant sectors of the economy. Trade. In recent years, the sale of garments manufactured in Sri Lanka has outstripped the more traditional Modern office...
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  • Saigontourist
    Vietnam Tourism Report Q1 2011 Business Environment Outlook Table: Asia Travel And Tourism Business Environment Ratings Limits of Potential Returns Tourism Market Hong Kong India Malaysia Singapore Japan China Thailand Australia New Zealand Indonesia Vietnam Sri Lanka Cambodia 86 82 82 64 66...
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  • Regional and Bilateral Free Trade Agreements Being Established vs Multilateralism
    geographic and economic environment are relatively simple and straight forward - example: - Switzerland and watches, Sri Lanka and Black Tea. In most cases, a straight-forward Absolute Advantage does not exist in the real world. Some countries may have an advantage in one commodity, and also a slight...
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  • Comparison Between Sri Lanka's Economy and Australia's
    . | Leader- Mahindra Rajapakse The recently elected leader that freed the nation from its thirty year war and is trying to restore the radically decreasing economy. | This pitcure is a portrait of the current Presisdent of Sri Lanka. This president was responsible for the ending of the 30...
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  • About Sl
    rate: 6.3% (2007 est.) Per capita: $4,100 (2007 est.) composition by sector: Agriculture: 16.5% Industry: 26.9% | Gross National Product (GNP): | Sri Lanka is placed in 76th place in GNP figures of the world.s nations with $22.8 billion (2005) | Flag Description: | Yellow with two panels; the...
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  • Sri Lanka....
    issue. The tourism industry of Sri Lanka is increasing considerably, depending on the research being done by the government from 1999 to 2010. In 2010, it increased significantly by showing that country is doing well after the war was over (Sri Lanka Tourism Developement Authority 2010). A...
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