Boosting trade ties

The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI), the country’s largest business organization, met last Friday with Sri Lankan Ambassador Shobini Gunasekera to explore possible expansion of business, trade and investment relations between the Philippines and Sri Lanka, particularly in agriculture, IT, tourism, services and gemstones.

Photo shows PCCI President Ambassador Benedicto Yujuico (3rd from right) handing a gift and token of appreciation to Amb. Gunasekera (center) with PCCI Chairman Emeritus and Director of International Trade Affairs Dr. Francis Chua  (3rd from left), PCCI Chairman of the Philippines-USA Business Council and the 46th Philippine Business Conference and Expo Chairman Engr. Enunina Mangio (2nd from right), PCCI Secretary-General Ruben Pascual (2nd from left), PCCI Deputy Secretary-General Edwin Glindro (left), and Sri Lanka Minister/ Head of Chancery Thanuja Dissanayake during the meeting at DoubleDragon 8 Meridian, No. 8 Meridian Avenue cor. Macapagal Blvd. in Pasay City.

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