Sri Lanka chamber calls on political parties to support SOE reforms

The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce has asked all political parties to support the continuity of SOE reform and maintain reform momentum, building on the economic stability achieved.

“The Chamber stresses that it is vital to prioritise and implement the reforms related to State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs), energy, and fiscal management, to ensure that the country does not revert to a crisis,” it said in a statement.

“It is crucial that all political parties focus on Sri Lanka’s long-term sustainability and avoid leveraging the reform process for short term election gains.”

Sri Lanka is facing a presidential election before November this year and a general election later. Provincial Council elections are overdue.

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