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Exporter Directory
Sri Lanka Directory of Exporters

The Exporters Directory compiled by us offers a wealth of information for importers all over the world who look for potential suppliers from Sri Lanka. In the case of Sri Lankan Product and Services Exporters, getting listed on our Exporters’ Directory is a tremendous opportunity to be discovered by the potential buyers from all over the world.

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National Export Strategy
National Export Strategy

“Sri Lanka – An Export Hub driven by Innovation and Investment” The NES focuses on the short and medium term approaches aimed at elevating the export sector of Sri Lanka from its current level of approximately USD 10 Bn annual figure to USD 28 Bn by the year 2022 through a well-coordinated process involving all relevant private and public sector stakeholders and the optimal use of the country’s resources and capabilities.

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Supporting the aspiring exporters with a multitude of practical advice and guidance, CBI has published the CBI Export Planner, which is unique in the sense that it shows systematically how to set up export activities in commercial organizations. Basically designed to suit the needs of all exporters, this publication includes information on finding trade partners for marketing into Europe and is, as such, complementary to other CBI publications.

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Since its establishment in 1979, Sri Lanka Export Development Board has been playing a central role in the growth and expansion of Sri Lanka's Export industry. A number of Sri Lankan export businesses has made their mark in the international markets with the help and guidance from EDB. Below are the summaries of a few of such impressive success stories.

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International trade is regulated by unilateral barriers such as tariffs, non tariff barriers and outright prohibitions. The economic gains from international trade could be reinforced and enhanced when many countries or regions agree to a mutual reduction in trade barriers. Sri Lanka is a signatory for many bilateral & multilateral trade agreements, beneficial in enhancing commercial relationships and facilitation of trade & investment by reducing/eliminating tariffs, import quotas, export restrictions and other trade barriers. Trade agreements often include investment guarantees and can also help to minimize trade deficits.

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Market Access means tariff and non-tariff measures imposed by countries for the entry of specific goods into those countries. Countries have various different systems controlling the import of products by legal requirements and additional (buyer) requirements. Some buyer requirements may go beyond legal requirements.

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