SRI LANKA: Factory Investments Create Jobs For Young
Garment factories have been set up at Hasalaka and Ududumbara in Sri Lanka, creating employment opportunities for 700 young people. The first of the two factories is Top Source at Kolangoda, Dehangama Village in Hasalaka, while the other is Broadway Apparels at Ududumbara. Rs25m has been invested in the factory at Hasalaka, providing job opportunities for 265 people. The second stage of this factory will cost Rs.1m, generating job opportunities for a further 415. The Ududumbara factory employs 415 and it's initial investment is Rs20m. With an investment of Rs12m in the second stage, it will provide 250 more jobs.The government of Sri Lanka has taken steps to grant special concessions to investors who would invest in projects in difficult, rural areas in order to provide employment opportunities to the rural youth.
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