The end of the three-decade long war saw a sudden boost to the country’s logistics and transportation infrastructure positioning the country at the 73rd among the 138 countries for infrastructure development.
The global demand of for cut flowers, foliage, and ornamental plants has been on a steady rise for the last decade with global exports for developing countries alone reporting a market value of USD 4 billion in the year 2012.
During Sri Lanka’s centuries-long history of offshore fishing, the country has been mainly dependent on the natural fish production within the 200 nautical miles of Exclusive Economic Zone situated in the Indian Ocean.According to Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), nearly 50% of the seafood consumed worldwide comes from aquaculture, while over 90% of Sri Lanka’s seafood is still caught wild.
Sri Lanka Export Development has organized a Sri Lanka Country Pavilion at the renowned IT Fair – Japan IT Week. Accordingly, 10 Sri Lankan ICT companies will be exhibiting their software products and services at Japan IT Week 2018. The Sri Lanka Pavilion is located at the East Hall, E 07 -18 Booth at Tokyo Big Sight, Japan. Japan IT Week - 2018 will be held from May 9 to 11, 2018.