Monopoly Class

From left: Dr. Fernando Im, Senior Country Economist for Sri Lanka and the Maldives, The World Bank, Hon. Eran Wickramaratne, State Minister, Ministry of Finance and Mass Media, Dr. W A Wijewardana, Former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, Prof. Indralal de Silva, Former (Chair) of Demography, University of Colombo, Prof. Amala de Silva, Department of Economics, University of Colombo at the panel discussion on "Demographic Change in Sri Lanka" moderated by Dr. Ramani Gunatilaka, International Centre for Ethnic Studies.

An Emirates-Govt. MOU to lift ground handling and catering monopolies has come under fire, forcing officials to rethink concessions. Officials say the MOU in effect prevents new players, through a continuing monopoly on terminals, ramp handling and key passenger routes. The MOU will also eat into Airport revenue through lost franchise fees from SriLankan, with losses to the tune of Rs. 100 mn annually.rn

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