The Sri Lankan economy is at an important inflection point and the private sector has an important role to play in influencing our future trajectory. Key challenges and bottlenecks need to be tackled, and the country needs cutting-edge thinking. What better way to do this than by bringing the best minds in the business towards finding new ideas and solutions? That is what the CCC’s National Agenda Committees (NACs) initiative has set out to do.


The NACs are thought-leadership groups with the foremost insights on key strategic economic themes. They are multi-stakeholder in nature, and are working together to challenge conventional thinking, develop new insights, and put forward innovative solutions. Members for each NAC were carefully selected to represent the most relevant, current and knowledgeable individuals from business, government, and academia.


The Chamber’s Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU) curates the work of the NACs, and manages strategic outreach to take the NACs work to policymakers, business leaders, and the public.


Eight NACs have been set up and have begun work - the NACs on Infrastructure; Finance and Capital; Transport and Logistics, Energy, Trade, Digital Economy, Public Sector Reforms and more recently Entrepreneurship Ecosystem.

The CCC's premier thought-leadership groups that are spurring new thinking on strategic economic issues and providing private sector input to Sri Lanka's reform agenda