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Helibut Symons & Co, merchants, London, England appointed in James Finlay & Co Ltd June 1910 , textile manufacturers, tea planters, and merchants, Glasgow, Scotland as their agents in Sri Lanka to buy raw rubber on their behalf. The two companies also negotiated extensively to trade in Bombay pearls. Helibut Symons & Co's directors in 1910 were Samuel Helibut, Frederic Charles Pusinelli, and Herman Reimers.
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