British HC official to visit Trincomalee

[TamilNet, Thursday, 29 July 2004, 17:45 GMT]
Mr.David Waring, First Secretary for Investment and Trade in the British High Commission in Sri Lanka is scheduled to visit east port town of Trincomalee on a fact-finding mission on August 5, Colombo sources said.

Mr.Waring would meet the members of the Trincomalee District Chamber of Commerce and Industries (TDCCI) on August 5 morning around 10 a.m.to obtain the urgent needs of the business community in Trincomalee. The discussion will be held in the office of the TDCCI.

Mr. Waring would identify the needs in the form of investments and trade in Trincomalee from TDCCI officials, sources said.

Later in the afternoon Mr. Waring is scheduled to meet the representatives of the non-governmental organizations (NGO) in the office of the Trincomalee District NGOs Consortium. Mr. Waring is expected to discuss with NGOs' representatives to find out the Trincomalee ground situation and the role of the NGOs in improving socio-economic development, sources said.

 

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