We are Members of the Following Executive Committees
Sri Lanka Malaysia Business Council
The Sri Lanka – Malaysia Business Council was inaugurated on February 23, 1994. With the support of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce. At the request of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Board of Investment of Sri Lanka. The main objective of this Council is to promote joint ventures in trade, tourism and services between Sri Lanka and Malaysia.
Sri Lanka Russia Business Council
The Sri Lanka-Russia Business Council was inaugurated in 2001. The initiative of the then Russian Ambassador in Sri Lanka and then Chairman of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce. With a primary objective to function as a promoter and facilitator of bilateral trade, investments and tourism between Sri Lanka and the Russian Federation. Particularly to promote exports to Russia.
Sri Lanka Maldives Business Council
The Sri Lanka – Maldives Bilateral Business Council, the 19th Bilateral Business Council under the aegis of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce was launched on 25th May, 2007.
The need to establish the Business Council is originated following a recommendation made at the Sri Lanka – Maldives Joint Commission held in 2006.
Sri Lanka Pakistan Business Council
The Sri Lanka Pakistan Business Council was established in 2005 by fourteen of the country’s leading Corporates and Business Groups as an advocacy forum to improve the general business environment of the country, establishing bilateral business relations.
Sri Lanka China Business Council
The Sri Lanka – China Business Council established in 2001. This was the 23rd Business Council to be formed under the aegis of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce. The Council was formed at the request of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. With the main objective of promoting trade, investment, services and tourism between Sri Lanka and China.
The Council for Business with Britain
The Council for Business with Britain (CBB) describes itself as a “non-political, not-for-profit organization, democratically accountable to individual businesses of all sizes”. The main aim stated is to promote “two way trade between Sri Lanka and the United Kingdom”. It is located at The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, Colombo 02, which also provides secretarial services to CBB.
Sri Lanka France Business Council
The Sri Lanka – France Business Council was established in 2004 and has a current membership of 70. Bilateral Business Councils are an integral part of the Ceylon Chamber, playing a vital role in the promotion of international business. The 19 Bilateral Business Councils of the Ceylon Chamber have a great impact on promoting exports and attracting investments through joint meetings with partner countries.