SRI LANKA CONCLAVE : WORLD OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT

COLOMBO, SRI LANKA

11TH SEPTEMBER 2015

ABOUT SRI LANKA

Sri Lanka’s economy connued to grow robustly in 2014. The outlook is for a connued strong economic performance aided by generally favorable global condions. In line with the government’s policy, efforts are intensified to aract investments to target sectors in which Sri Lanka has strong foundaon for growth as well as areas where it is naonally important to develop. Infrastructure Projects is one of the Target Sectors acvely Promoted by Sri Lanka. Growth of private sector credit for construcon purposes has increased significantly, which reflects the increased involvement of private sector in the construcon industry.


HIGHLIGHTS


Strategic access to Key Markets in the World

Only country in the world that has Free Trade Agreements with both India & Pakistan

Strong Resilient Economy

Foreign Investor Support

The government has planned to transform Sri Lanka into a strategically important economic center by developing five strategic hubs;
a knowledge hub, a commercial hub, a naval & marine hub, an aviaon hub, and an energy hub, taking the advantage of Sri Lanka’s strategic location & resources


FACTS ABOUT SRI LANKA ECONOMY


The Sri Lanka economy during the second quarter of 2014 recorded a GDP growth of 7.8% compared to the 7.6% recorded in the first quarter of 2014. The growth in the second quarter was led by vigorous performance in the industry sector, while the agriculture and the services sectors complemented the overall economic performance. A growth of 7.7% was recorded in the first half of 2014.

The construcon industry accounts for nearly 7.1 % of the Gross Domesc Product.

Internaonal Monetary Fund (IMF) expects Sri Lanka’s economic growth to remain at a robust 7% this year and 6.5% in each year from 2015-2019, well below the esmates by the Sri Lankan authories.

According to Sri Lanka’s appropriaon Bill for 2015 Sri Lanka aims to have 8.2% growth in 2015, and gradually increase that to 8.4% by 2017.

CONFERENCE AGENDA

PROPOSED SESSIONS


Session – I –

Resource Planning and Management

Session – II –

Safety and Time Constraint hand in hand

Session – III –

Cost Reducon through Project Management

Session – IV –

Modern Technology in Construcon Management

CONTACT US


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nidhi@futurextrade.com

Ms. Buddhini Weerathunga
(+94) 771864870
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Ms. Divya Bhatia
(+94) 720539641
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