Meanwhile, a key 455 million U.S. dollar Chinese funded power plant will resume operation in two weeks, Sri Lankan power minister said on Friday after its breakdown earlier in the week resulted in countrywide power cuts. “There are some technical problems in the Lakvijaya power plant. The Chinese company, the Ceylon Electricity Board and the consultancy firm are now looking into these problems. I think within another two weeks’ time we will be able to operate this plant again and restore 24-hour power supply,” Sri Lankan Power and Energy Minister Champika Ranawaka told Xinhua.]]>

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