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CH17 Loyalty, that facilitates the rewards and appreciation program for healthcare professionals and rapid responders, has appointed PR Wire, the leading Strategic Public Relations and Impact Relations experts to handle all Communications and Stakeholder relations activities supporting a valuable initiative launched in Sri Lanka.

The Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL), Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) and Lanka Electricity Company Private Limited (LECO) have taken steps to ensure fairness for electricity consumers in issuing monthly electricity bills and allowing a grace period to pay the monthly bills.

Healthy growth in business volumes and an extraordinary contribution from other income, before the slowdown attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic, have enabled the Commercial Bank of Ceylon PLC to make a steady start to 2020, despite the continuing increase in impairment charges quarter-on-quarter.

The cumulative market capitalization of automotive companies has fallen by US$564bn in the first quarter (Q1) of 2020 as the COVID-19 crisis battered the share prices across the sector, says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

With Sri Lanka’s police-imposed curfew gradually relaxing and life being brought back to the island in the coming weeks, George Steuart Health has stepped forward to aid in a safe transition back to normal life for the citizens of this country.

Singer Finance (Lanka) PLC received a strong vote of confidence from investors with its recent Listed, Rated, Unsecured, Senior, Redeemable three year and five year, Rs. 1 billion debenture issue being oversubscribed.

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IBM showcased a wave of new technologies that would help businesses accelerate their recovery and digital transformation efforts in the wake of the global COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic at its premier annual client and developer conference, IBM Think 2020.

Further supporting the national efforts to combat COVID-19, Sunshine Healthcare Lanka Ltd—a fully-owned subsidiary of the diversified conglomerate Sunshine Holdings PLC—recently donated 100,000 hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) sulfate tablets (200mg), manufactured by Zydus Cadila—one of the leading pharmaceutical companies present in Sri Lanka— to the Ministry of Health by the staff of Sunshine Healthcare.