Sri Lanka's National Insurance Trust Fund has paid 3,495 million rupees.
A state-run power utility Ceylon Electricity Board has also paid 2.0 billion rupees in a levy. The CEB however receives large subsidies including a debt moratorium and subsidized fuel from a state petroleum distributor.
State Timber Corporation has paid 75 million rupees and State Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Corporation 59 million rupees. The state corporations have paid a total of 19.6 billion rupees.Several companies in which the state wholly owns or has minority stakes have also paid dividends.
Airport and Aviation Services Ltd, which runs airports has 2,406 million rupees, Sri Lanka Insurance Corporation 1,750 million rupees, Sri Lanka Telecom 536 million rupees, Lanka Mineral Sands Ltd 500 million and privatized plantations firms 212 million rupees.
Others paid smaller amounts with Lanka Leyland paying dividends of 76 million rupees, Thomas De La Rue 68 million rupees, Lanka Industrial Estates Ltd 31 million rupees and Lanka Phosphate Ltd 20 million rupees.
The total dividends were 4,413 million rupees. State enterprises and firms had paid a total of 24.05 billion rupees as dividends of levies in 2011.
In addition two regulatory agencies which have licensing authority have also paid fees. The Telecom Regulatory Commission which collects spectrum fees from private telecom operators has paid 9,050 million rupees.
The Geological Survey and Mines Bureau has paid 740 million rupees.