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Sri Lanka’s Aquaculture Sector attracts foreign investors

Sri Lanka's Aquaculture Sector attracts foreign investors
Sri Lanka’s Aquaculture Sector attracts foreign investors

Sri Lanka’s Aquaculture
Industry, over the last few years has seen the entry of more than 10 Norwegian
firms, thanks to the effort of the SL-Norway Business-Match-Making-Program of
the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce.

The
work undertaken by the Business-Match-Making-Programme (BMMP) between the two
nations have resulted in the introduction of more than 10 companies and
research institutions from Norway to Sri Lanka’s aquaculture industry.
The
process has successfully created business matches within the most relevant
segments of the value chain in aquaculture, and thus has facilitated a good
foundation for further development of the industry in Sri Lanka.

In a
bid to enhance the ongoing work, the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, recently,
conducted the 3rd and final workshop of phase 1 of implementing commercial
aquaculture setups in Sri Lanka.

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