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Spending colossal sums on imports and calling its temporary solutions as development, the present government is deceiving the people to gain political advantage, UNP national organizer Daya Gamage has told ‘The Independent’ website in an interview.
He has said that export growth was imperative for the development of the business sector and a country like Sri Lanka needs to have a stable production economy without relying on self-dependency.
Export revenue declined to 16 per cent from 36 pc in 2005 due to investors not coming to the country to strengthen production, as they do not have any confidence in its economy, he has pointed out.
Hon. Chung Eui-yong, Co-Chairman of the Standing Committee and Secretary General,Hon. Daya D.K. Gamage,Hon. Dr.Anoma Gamage
The International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP) is a forum of political parties from Asia-Oceania countries; it was launched in Manila, Philippines in September 2000. The objective of the conference is to keep Asia’s political leaders in regular communication. It is thereby becoming a positive force in strengthening unity among Asian countries and driving Asia along the road toward stability and prosperity. More than 300 political parties in the region with diverse political and ideological backgrounds are eligible to participate in ICAPP activities and the forum has contributed greatly towards achieving mutual understanding among countries in Asia.
The ICAPP mission visited India from the 11-12th of July 2014 and had several meetings with leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Indian National Congress to discuss future cooperation between the ICAPP and political parties in India.
UNP national organizer Daya Gamage and MP Dr. Anoma Gamage received a valuable gift from the party’s London branch when they toured UK.
That gift is a parcel of raw chillies – which cost Rs. 1,000 a kilo in Sri Lanka under Mahinda Chinthana, and is priced a Pound (Rs. 218) a kilo in UK.
Daya and Anoma Gamage met party activists in that country at the invitation of London branch president Harshaka Kannangara, during their visit to participate in the convocation of their daughter who graduated in economics from Durham University.