At CHEC if there is an urgent issue at hand, I am able to immediately meet with the Senior Members of CHEC and discuss and agree on the best solution, without the need to make formal, bureaucratic appointments! This is something I have not seen in other multinational companies.
We as individuals need to continuously update our knowledge and abilities and CHEC aims to equip staff with the latest expertise from the best resource persons. I was impressed by the sophisticated financial models used by CHEC and I consider them to be flexible tools that could be used to better quantify the impact of various scenarios unfolding in the lifecycle of a project.
My Chinese colleagues are friendly and approachable and willing to teach. They are also in turn open to learn and make full use of the expertise I have gained through working in the financial services industry for over 20 years.
Each year, in celebration of the Chinese Spring Festival in Sri Lanka, a grand Cultural Performance is sponsored by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of China together with the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Sri Lanka showcasing different Provinces of China. This is a much-anticipated event and I look forward each year to having the opportunity to see China’s vast beauty and history.
Chinese investments in Sri Lanka have contributed to economic growth in Sri Lanka in terms of creation thousands of jobs for locals,infrastructure development and modification,on the contrary to allegations made in some quarters otherwise,a spokesman from the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Sri Lanka(CCCSL)in Sri Lanka said.
In November this year, Uruguay and Hainan Province signed a framework cooperation agreement on the establishment of the Uruguayan Football Program which states the Uruguay Football Club, Latin Cultural, Education & Auction Center has been set up in Hainan, promoting exchange and cooperation in fields such as culture, education and sports between the two sides. Ambassador Fernando Lugris told us that he had visited Hainan many times and found more space for cooperation each time.
The COVID-19 crisis is affecting the entire world economy and of Africa in particular. No single country, state or Kingdom on the globe is left out from the consequences of the pandemic outbreak that has been devastating the world since the end of December, 2019.Key sectors on the African continent are experiencing a slowdown as a result of the pandemic. Air Transport, Tourism, Trade among others are obviously impacted.