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Sri Lanka High Commission in Singapore celebrated the 66th National Day of Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka's 66th Independence Day was celebrated in Singapore on February 4, 2014 with a ceremony in the morning at the official residence of the High Commissioner Her Excellency Mrs Ferial Ismail Ashraff and a reception in the evening at the Shangri La Hotel.

Lunchtime Talk on "Transitional Challenges as a Middle-income Country and Challenges ahead
The Sri Lankan Experience" by Dr P.B. Jayasundera was held on Feb 20, 2014 at The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore

Sri Lankans in Singapore Contribute to Educate Lanka …
A group of 24 Sri Lankan young professionals and students in Singapore came together to create a scholarship fund (SG$3,900/US$3,030) to sponsor 20 Educate Lanka students in memory of one of their dear friend and fellow Sri Lankan, Yasith...

Interesting article on the real estate market in Sri Lanka…
The island of Sri Lanka’s capital markets are going through a period of high capital investment. With the end of a 26-year civil war in 2009, the country is opening up tourism, international shipping, international trade and scaling up domestic...

Singapore named most expensive city in the world out of a list of 133 by the EIU.....

Singapore to open first Bitcoin ATM in March and become the first government to tax Bitcoin.

The impact on property developers in Singapore ...
it ultimately impacts us, the investor /home owner regardless. Billionaire developer Kwek Leng Beng said last year that skyrocketing prices and restrictive rules made buying residential land in Singapore “suicidal.” That hasn’t stopped international developers from rushing in….

Based on analysts estimates the inequality in Singapore has dropped to the lowest levels since 2000 which showcases progress…
Median household income rose to $7,870 last year, 4 per cent up from 2012, according to a Department of Statistics release

Can Singapore Chinthanaya work for Sri Lanka? Sri Lanka will reach US $ 4000 per capita GDP only in 2026…..

Singapore the world’s second biggest gambling nation in 2013 behind Australia...
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