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2000px-India-Sri_Lanka_maritime_boundary.svg.png?profile=RESIZE_710xConsultation work on the policy started in 2012, when policymakers spoke with co-ops in the war-torn Northern Province

The Sri Lankan co-op movement is more than a century hold – but now its first ever national co-operative sector policy has been finalised.

The National Policy on Co-operatives – completed with help from the International Labour Organization (ILO) – received approval from the cabinet. It was presented by Rishad Bathiudeen, Sri Lankan minister of industry and commerce, whose portfolio includes co-op development.


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