Hambantota, Sri Lanka, August 10 (Xinhua)-Sri Lanka’s Hambantota International Port (HIP) contracts with Maldives company Sea Horse Yachts on Monday for US $ 58 million to assemble and export yachts from HIP’s industrial park Signed.
Namal Rajapaksa, Minister of Youth Sports and Minister of Digital Technology and Corporate Development, said the project will provide greater investment in the local maritime industry and a stepping stone to establish Sri Lanka as a yacht-building nation. I told him to do it.
He later tweeted that the project is expected to create 500 jobs.
Rajapaksa said the port of Hambantota is equipped with all the infrastructure needed to attract investment, and the government is working to improve the ease of business and expand technical and vocational training in the maritime sector. ..
Johnson Liu, CEO of Hambantota International Port Group (HIPG), said the industrial park has signed contracts with more than 30 investors from countries such as Sri Lanka, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Japan, China and Maldives. ..
HIP is operated by HIPG, a joint venture between China Merchants Group and Sri Lanka Port Authority.
Ink at Hambantota Harbor in Sri Lanka handles yacht assembly and export
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