Ceylon Chamber Renews Historic Partnership with Board of Trade of Thailand

A seven member delegation led by the Chairman of the Thai Chamber of Commerce and the Board of Trade of Thailand, Mr. Sanan Angubolgul met with the Chairman of the Ceylon Chamber Mr. Duminda Hulangamuwa, along with senior representatives of the Chamber today (24) culminating in the renewing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to further enhance trade, investment and tourism between Sri Lanka and Thailand.

The MOU was signed in the presence of Mrs. Wijayanthi Edirisinghe, Ambassador designated to Thailand and Mr. S.M.D. Suriyakumara, President of the Sri Lanka – Greater Mekong Business Council of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce.

This event marks a renewal of a historic partnership, as the Ceylon Chamber’s first MOU was originally established with the Board of Trade of Thailand in 1988. Mr. Angubolgul expressed his enthusiasm about the renewed collaboration, emphasising leveraging the Ceylon Chamber’s position as the leading business Chamber in Sri Lanka, to foster bilateral trade ties. He expressed keenness to explore opportunities in several sectors including agriculture, food and investment especially in the area of religious tourism, SPA and restaurants in which he sees high growth potential for Sri Lanka and Thailand.

Mr. Hulangamuwa echoed these sentiments, noting that facilitating greater exchange of ideas, technology, and commerce between the two countries is imperative, especially following the recent signing of the Sri Lanka – Thailand Free Trade Agreement. He underscored the Ceylon Chamber’s commitment to creating a conducive environment for businesses from both countries to thrive and expand their operations.

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