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Sri Lanka’s transport policy being reviewed for strengthening – GGGI

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Participants at the event
Participants at the event

Sri Lanka has put in many development policies, out of which the transport policy is now being reviewed for strengthening, Maricor Muzones, regional program development leader for GGGI (which is a treaty-based organization operating to get the principle of green growth in Sri Lanka) said.

Speaking on GGGI, Muzones stated, “although the mandate is available, how it should be operationalized is the question. Furthermore, GGGI is looking at supporting the government and that there should be an operational plan, and it touched upon the need for electricity that Sri Lanka is facing.”

Muzones made these views at a joint forum titled ‘Road to Electrification’, organized by The Association of International Marketing Graduates in Sri Lanka (AIMG) together with the Ceylon Motor Traders Association (CMTA) , held in Colombo recently. The joint forum welcomed over 150 marketers, automotive industry experts, corporate leaders, executives, and professionals and was aimed at initiating productive discussion within the community and imparting knowledge on the introduction of EV to the Sri Lankan market and its impact on the economy of Sri Lanka.

Harsha Subasinghe, founder of VEGA, Lalith De Alwis, Additional Secretary for the Ministry of Transport and Highways Dr. Niles Perera, logistics specialist from the University of Moratuwa. (IH)

 

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