ERJ staff report (BC)
Chinese firms are planning to buy activated carbon and rubber from Sri Lanka following the visit of a trade delegation, and are in talks over minerals and logistics services, Hiru News reported.
The Chinese delegation, led by Jia Guoyong, vice director general of the Chinese Trade Development Bureau, represented 23 Chinese firms engaged in glass manufacture, mining, minerals, agriculture, polymers, petroleum by-products, chemicals and real estate.
The trade mission met around 100 Sri Lankan companies at a meeting arranged by Sri Lanka's Export Development Board.
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