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  • Turkey and Cambodia promise to stop coups

    New Turkish Ambassador Ayda Ünlü and Cambodian Justice Minister Ang Vong Vathana met on Monday, pledging to support each other to prevent revolutions and coups, with the Turkish diplomat saying Cambodia could help her country prevent similar incidents in the future. Ünlü was referring to a coup attempt against...
  • FBS Myanmar charged for ‘illegal money transfer

    The managing director of the Myanmar branch of retail foreign exchange trading service FBS has been arrested and remanded to Insein Prison for allegedly running a financial institution without a licence. The Bureau of Special Investigation – Myanmar’s economic crime-fighting body – arrested U Zaw Moe Han on March 15...
  • Vietnam plans technical barriers on imported cars

    The Government Office on March 22 asked the two ministries to complete Vietnamese standards and regulations on imported cars to strengthen management over imports in accordance with international practice. The dispatch was sent days after MOT officially accepted VTA (vehicle type approval) certificate granted by Indonesian agencies. Prior to...
  • India asked to take back gifted helicopter

    The Maldives has asked India to take back one of two naval helicopters gifted for use by the military to transport critical patients and conduct search and rescue operations. Citing a top Maldivian government source, the Times of India reported Wednesday that Malé wants a Dornier maritime surveillance aircraft to...
  • Former Sri Lankan President’s son Yoshitha Rajapaksa allowed to travel abroad for a week

    A Sri Lankan court Wednesday granted Yoshitha Rajapaksa, the second son of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa, permission to travel abroad. The Colombo High Court considering a petition filed by Yoshitha granted him permission to leave the country for a week for a personal visit. Yoshitha Rajapaksa presenting a motion...
  • Sri Lanka reduces lending rate to boost economic growth, dampen volatility in interest rates

    The Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) has decided to reduce the lending interest rate by 25 basis points with immediate effect. The Bank said considering the favorable developments in inflation and inflation outlook as well as lower than expected real GDP growth that further widened the prevailing gap...
  • Sri Lanka’s CSE and India’s National Stock Exchange sign MoU to advance collaboration

    Sri Lanka’s Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) and the National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) focused on exploring opportunities to work together and co‐operate with each other to foster a deeper and more strategic relationship. The MoU was signed at the CSE...
  • UNP restructuring immediately after the No-confidence motion – Prime Minister pledges

    Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe today (03) informed the UNP Parliamentarians that steps will be taken to reform the United National Party (UNP), immediately after the no-confidence motion against the Government and the Prime Minister is defeated on April 4th . Issuing a statement the UNP said, the Premier pledged...
  • Cambodia, Thailand agree to open international border checkpoint mid-May

    Cambodia and Thailand plan to officially open a new international border checkpoint in mid-May, an official confirmed on Sunday. Keo Bunthoeun, deputy border police chief at Unit 817, said officials agreed to inaugurate the Phnom Dev International Border Checkpoint, which connects Battambang province and Thailand’s Sa Kaeo province, on...