Economy October 22, 2018 | 9:02 am

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Meeting mulls Dominican-Sri Lanka trade

Edmundo Gil Roberto Herrera V Senanayake Fernando González, A L Ratnapala.

Santo Domingo.- A commission of the Roundtable of Commonwealth countries in the Dominican Republic on Sunday held a meeting with Sri Lanka foreign minister V Senanayake and ambassador A L Ratnapala, to discuss ways to develop trade with that Asian nation.

At the meeting held at the Sheraton Hotel Roundtable directors Fernando González Nicolás, Roberto Herrera and Edmundo Gil discussed ​​foreign trade and investment with the visiting Sri Lanka delegation.

Moreover the meeting identified the productive lines with the higihest potential to enter that market, especially the agro sector.

With a population of more than 20 million, Sri Lanka, a Commonwealth country, exports cinnamon, tea, coffee, rubber and coconut.

Edmundo Gil Roberto Herrera V Senanayake Fernando González and A L Ratnapala.

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