Briefs on International Trade (BIT) 2022/ - Overview of the Market Opportunities22nd September 2022
Among the products that Sri Lanka exports to Egypt, it is undoubtedly Ceylon Tea holds the lead for the past several years. The demand for Ceylon Tea and the preference of Egyptians to consume the black tea always pave the way for this commodity...
Advanced Certificate Course on International Trade21st September 2022
Are you interested in entering and advancing in international busines, gain valuable inputs in exports, and strategically position yourself in international markets to overcome challenges in the current export landscape?...
The Central Bank of Sri Lanka Monetary Policy Review: No. 06 - August 202219th August 2022
The Monetary Board of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, at its meeting held on 17 August 2022, decided to maintain the Standing Deposit Facility Rate (SDFR) and the Standing Lending Facility Rate (SLFR) of the Central Bank at their current levels of...
Briefs on International Trade (BIT) 2022/ - Department of Commerce29th July 2022
Japanese consumers have become more health conscious, demanding food products that contain natural ingredients, minimize food additives and sweeteners, and support health, dietary, and functional needs...
Central Bank of Sri Lanka - External Sector Performance May 202201st August 2022
The merchandise trade balance recorded a surplus in June 2022 for the first time since August 2002, reflecting the impact of historically high monthly export earnings and the continued decline in import expenditure...
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