By Shihar Aneez COLOMBO, July 30 (Reuters) - Sri Lankan shares rose 0.85 percent on Wednesday to a two-week high, led by telecoms and oil firms, as investors remained upbeat following a large overseas deal and overcame a security shutdown in the capital. The All-Share index closed 20.44 points firmer at 2,429.14, its highest close since July 15. Dubai-based engineering firm Al-Futtaim on Monday bought a 71 percent stake in Sri Lankan motor vehicle company Associated Motorways at 174.50 ...
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