EDB is organizing the Sri Lanka country Pavilion at Vietnam International Trade Fair (Vietnam Expo), to be held from 7th to 9th December 2023 in Vietnam in collaboration with Sri Lanka Embassy in Vietnam with the presence of five (5) Sri Lankan export companies to promote Electrical & Electronic products, Rubber & rubber based products, Ceylon Tea, Eco friendly paint products, Batik Products and Cinnamon products.
MAGIC Las Vegas is one of the world's largest fashion marketplaces with a high-energy fashion experience which is held biannually in February and August in the Las Vegas Convention Center. MAGIC Las Vegas is the most comprehensive destination for fashion buyers and brands to discover new and emerging brands, explore the latest trends, connect with fashion insiders, gain industry insights, etc.
Sri Lanka Export Development Board is organizing a country pavilion at ‘MAGIC Las Vegas 2022’ International Apparel Sourcing fair to be held from 7th to 10th August, 2022 in Las Vegas, USA with the presence of 09 export companies to promote Sri Lankan Apparel products from Sri Lanka in collaboration with Sri Lanka Missions in USA and United State Department of Commerce.
Sri Lanka will be showcasing their products at Sri Lanka Country Pavilion at Stand No. 63519.
2021-11-08Although Sri Lanka’s international reputation as a major apparel sourcing hub in the region eclipses the country’s textile manufacturing industry, it’s still too important to downplay. The textile manufactured in Sri Lanka is a major component of the export apparel value chain.
The momentum that was created in the 1970s, actually was centred around a totally different economic philosophy, where the survival of the economy would depend, not on the creation of industries within the country for domestic consumption, but on export capabilities.
EDB in its efforts to increase apparel exports to EU, organized an apparel promotion programme in France by participating at the “Apparel Sourcing Paris 2018” which is the leading sourcing trade fair held in Europe for the second consecutive year in collaboration with the Sri Lanka Embassy in France.
The good news is in. The perseverance of the incumbent government of Sri Lanka in negotiating with EU to have GSP Plus Concessions reinstated are eventually paying off. The European Commission, the executive body of the European Union, has proposed that Sri Lanka is eligible to receive GSP Plus Concessions. Once it’s
Each year 250,000 Sri Lankans reach the job market looking for new working opportunities. Since the government sector is filled to the brim, private sector organizations in Sri Lanka is faced with the responsibility of providing 8 out of 10 new jobs, which makes the spark of entrepreneurship, a necessity more than an option today.
Sri Lanka's seafood exports to the European Union picked up 19.9 percent in July 2016 from a year earlier, following the lifting of a ban, and apparel exports rose 3 percent, but lower commodity prices have hit petroleum and tea.
Exports fell 4.4 percent to $891.2 million in July 2016 from a year earlier and imports fell 6.6 percent to $1,432 million dollars, shrinking the trade balance 10 percent to $541 million, official data showed.
With a specialised knowledge and improved awareness, apparel manufacturers makes nearly 90% of the apparel industry in Sri Lanka and joint ventures between local garment manufacturers and international fashion houses accounts for almost three quarters of the garment manufacturing facilities in the country.