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  • Globalization and the Good and the Bad Effect It Brings to the Economy and the Employment in Sri Lanka
    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
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  • Role of the Navy in Disaster Management in Sri Lanka
     CHAPTER 4 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...
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  • Role of the Navy in Disaster Management in Sri Lanka Full text
     CHAPTER 1 Introduction 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,...
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  • FDI in Sri Lanka
    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...
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  • elephant transit center sri lanka
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  • Sri Lankan Apparel Industry : Mas Holdings Post Mfa
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  • Peace Through Tourism
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  • Religious Tourism
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  • E-Tourism in Sri Lanaka
    E-Tourism In Sri Lanka E-Commerce Infrastructure University Collage Dublin Student Name: Madushanka W.H.M Student Number: 11294574 E-mail: madawa.hewage@gmail.com 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
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  • Jaffna Tourism
    Contents 1. Executive Summary 2 2. Introduction 3 3. Tourism in Sri Lanka 5 4. Marketing plane for 4 season hotels 9 5. Macro environment factors effecting Sri Lankan tourism industry. 10 5.1 Political Factor 11 5.2 Economic factors 11 5.3 Social Factors 11 5.4 Technological Factor
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    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...
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  • Sri Lankan hotels
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  • Sri Lanka's Continual Civil War
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  • 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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  • Impacts of Tourism on India.
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  • Economic and Employment Opportunities of Tourism in Bangladesh : a Study on Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation
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