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Posted: 20 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
Being a frequent visitor to Sri Lanka I was pleased to read a report in TTG which quoted Hong Kong's Shangri-La group saying their two hotel projects are forging ahead.
Despite delays the massive mixed use projects in Colombo and Hambantota are underway.
The article says the Hambantota project will complete within 2015 and Colombo in 2017.
In an emerging tourism market Shangri-La is viewed in the Sri Lankan context as a vote of investor confidence in the country's future business and tourism sectors.
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