• Sri Lanka tea exports increase

    28/03/2016 Daily News

    02/01/2017
    Sri Lanka tea exports increase

    Sri Lanka tea exports showed a marginal increase in February according to Ceylon Tea Brokers PLC review.

    Country wise analysis of exports shows that the Iraq has emerged as the largest export destination from Sri Lanka followed by Russia & Iran. More importantly cumulative exports to Turkey have dropped by 3.05 Mn/Kg (-50.06%) as against the same period last year.

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  • EU fisheries ban: Top Lankan team to visit Brussels

    24/03/2016 Daily News

    02/01/2017
    EU fisheries ban: Top Lankan team to visit Brussels

    The Japan farming industry has been changing, especially in the Tohoku region since the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami. A trend towards less or no chemicals, protecting the environment, and creating the freshest flavors means working with technology while still incorporating a human touch. Tomato Land Iwaki does this with their massive greenhouses, and they are more than willing to give a you a peek--and a taste--inside.

    The bueaty of it that all tomato plants are grown on coir slaps import excualisvly from Sri Lanka. The Sri Lankan company by the name of Riococo exports more than 300,000 coir slabs and over one million seed raising coir starter blocks to the company.

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  • EU fisheries ban: Top Lankan team to visit Brussels

    18/03/2016 The Nation

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    EU fisheries ban: Top Lankan team to visit Brussels

    Lankan fishery exporters (seated left) meet the State Minister International Trade Sujeewa Senasinghe on 17 March at EDB joined by EDB Chairperson & CEO Indira Malwatte (far right)Amidst exporters’ praise on government’s continued efforts to resolve the EU fishery ban, a top team of officials from Sri Lanka is now scheduled to depart for Brussels for decisive talks on the ban.

    The Lankan team shall include members from the Prime Ministerial Task Force on the EU Fishery ban.

    “A top Lankan delegation on the EU Fishery ban is scheduled to leave for Brussels on 30 March” revealed the Chairman of Seafood Exporters Association of Sri Lanka (SEASL) and Managing Director of Global Sea Foods, Prabhash Subasinghe on 17 March at EDB.

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  • First multilateral biz delegation to arrive in Colombo is from C’wealth

    10/03/2016 Asian Tribune

    02/01/2017
    First multilateral biz delegation to arrive in Colombo is from C’wealth

    From Left: Commonwealth Businesswomen’s Network (CBN) Executive Director Arif Zaman, EDB Actg DG Himali Jinadasa, EDB Chairperson Indira Malwatte & WCIC Chairperson Ms Rifa Mustapha at 08 March IWD event at EDB.The first ever multilateral biz delegation to arrive in Sri Lanka is marshalled by the Commonwealth of Nations-and the nine-member pioneering team from the Commonwealth Businesswomen’s Network (CBN) that ar n women owned businesses. “This is the first time such a multilateral trade mission has come to Sri Lanka.

    The C’wealth takes great pleasure in its pioneering endeavor to Sri Lanka and similar future missions to other C’wealth members are in offing” revealed Commonwealth Businesswomen’s Network (CBN) Executive Director Arif Zaman on 08 March in Colombo.

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  • Exporters Forum sees over 37 firms voicing issues

    02/03/2016 Daily News

    02/01/2017
    Exporters Forum sees over 37 firms voicing issues

    The 8th Export Development Forum at EDB.No less than 37 firms are voicing their issues at the eighth Exporters Forum that opened on 29 February.

    The session, is presided by the State Minister of International Trade Sujeewa Senasinghe. The Exporters’ Forum is a multi-stakeholder platform to assist Lankan exporters. At the previous 7th Forum concluded successfully last November, 72 issues were taken up and 47 were resolved. Several policy related issues of seventh Forum are now being attended to. There has been significant progress in VAT and Quartz related issues that were raised in the seventh Forum.

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