Investment in Sri Lanka

Why Invest in Sri Lanka

Transparent investment laws aim
to foster foreign direct investments.

Now is right time for investment in Sri Lanka

Sri Lankan commercial laws are based on British laws.

Sri Lanka is ranked as the most liberalized economy in South Asia. In 1978, the island
adapted open market free economic policies, and successive governments have
further liberalized the economy, leading to deregulation, greater privatization
and opening the economy to international competition.

Whether you are a company or individual, buy or build a resort, beach front villa,
apartment, hotel or manufacture products or provide services … We realize how
important it is to choose the best way to protect your investment, protect your assets,
tax optimization, repatriation of your profits, exit strategy of your investment project.

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your investment in paradise Sri Lanka.

How to be sure that you choose the best way . . .
How to enjoy hassle free your life and business here in Sri Lanka. There are so many things,
which we have to consider on together to keep you peace of mind and that everything is
in order according to Sri Lankan Law, Tax & Immigration policy.

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Positive Trends for Investment in Sri Lanka

With the 2009 end to Sri Lanka’s long-running civil war, the country has an historic
opportunity to take advantage of its peacetime stability, geography, educated workforce,
and scenic beauty. The Government of Sri Lanka (GSL) has set ambitious goals for
economic development – aspiring to GDP growth rates over 8% and developing
economic hubs in ports, aviation, commerce, knowledge, and energy. With a relatively
open investment climate and financial system, moderately stable monetary policy,
improving infrastructure, and world-class local companies, Sri Lanka has many of the
ingredients to progress economically. For some U.S. and foreign investors, Sri Lanka’s
frontier market has been fertile ground for both direct and capital investments.

Most of the current economic potential is in the tourism sector, with Sri Lanka designated
as Lonely Planet’s top destination in 2013, and major international hotel chains opening
in Colombo and around the country over the next few years. Tourist arrivals reached
1,000,000 in 2012. Investors are capitalizing on Sri Lanka’s environment, culture,
religious history, and wildlife to attempt to attract high-end tourists, especially from
the growing markets in India and China. Chinese tourist arrivals in Sri Lanka increased
58% in 2012 alone. The ports are another important driver of growth, with the Colombo
Port being one of the most active and efficient in the region, and the country situated
at the crossroads of global shipping lines. Sri Lanka

Ample scope exists as well for an expansion in the information technology/business
processing operations (IT/BPO) sector. With a growing and aspirational middle class,
investors see opportunities in franchising, retail, and services, as well as light manufacturing.

Investments with an export dimension have the most potential. Reconstruction
in the North and East, and infrastructure development throughout the country, including
new ports and roads, are also fuelling growth. Sri Lanka’s free trade agreements with India
and Pakistan offer preferential access to those markets, and Sri Lanka maintains friendly
relations with all its neighbors in the region. The capital city of Colombo offers expatriate
managers a good quality of life, with excellent international schools, good housing, and
decent urban conditions relative to the region. Political stability and the cessation of the
war have allowed the government and population to focus on rebuilding their economy
and society.

Now is right time for investment in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka ranks 81st out of 185 countries in the World Bank’s Doing Business 2013 Index,
ahead of all of its South Asian neighbors.

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Are you interested in starting a business and investing in Sri Lanka? Sri Lanka affords many advantages to entrepreneurs around the world. It combines an excellent location for international trade and a strong, resilient economy. First international service for safe investments !