20th September 2009, firstlanka.com
Profits through investments in Sri Lanka will be three fold. There is no dispute in the island’. This confident claim has been made by Singaporean investor, Managing Director of Bloomberg, Roman Scot during an interview with a TV Channel in Singapore.
In response to a query as to why he was encouraged to investing in Sri Lanka, he said the country’s GDP stood at 6.6 percent despite a war environment. He hope that it would reach nine percent with the return of total peace to the country. As such, anyone can increase earnings three fold through investments in the island, Scot opined.
Questioned on the canards carried out by pro-terrorist supporters overseas on Sri Lanka,Scot in response said any person visiting Sri Lanka will be able to understand the reality. ‘Everyone should work according to their conscience’,Scot shot back in conviction.
‘There are no problems in Sri Lanka. Companies in the island face a dearth in the capital. And, he emphasised that if they invest in those companies, they could increase their earnings two to three fold. No one in Sri Lanka wants another war. Even the Tamils in the country wished to lead better lives, having a vehicle and a property and house of their own. They do not encounter other problems’ Scot noted clearing all doubts.