A SRI Lankan metal company is to try and exploit the advantages of the Indo-Lankan Free Trade Agreement by exporting its aluminium extrusions to the south Indian cities of Madras, Bangalore, Trivandrum and Cochin.

Lanka Aluminium Industries Ltd is planning to team up with Jindal Aluminium, of India, in its bid to move out its small domestic market. The Columbo-based company's Chief Executive Officer Dinal Peiris has told the island's press that he sees the potential of expanding its supplies from the current level of ...

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