Sri Lanka’s foreign exchange earnings from exports of merchandise have grown by 0.42 % during year 2019 reaching US $ 11.94 Billion milestone, compared to US $ 11.89 Billion in the year 2018, recording an increase in exports in the year 2019. Being the largest contributor, Apparel exports increased to US$ 5,557 Mn in 2019 by 5.24% from US$ 5,300 Mn recorded in 2018.
Except ICT/ BPM (5.22%) and Construction (3.08%), Export earnings in the services exports of financial services, Transport & Logistics and Wellness Tourism sectors decreased by 11.98%, 5.91% and 6.74% respectively.
The Export Performance Indicator is the main statistical publication of the Sri Lanka Export Development Board (SLEDB).
The Policy & Strategic Planning team under the guidance of Director of Policy & Strategic Planning of the SLEDB has compiled its 33rd Export Performance Indicators of Sri Lanka 2010-2019 for the benefit of all export sector stakeholders.
The data compiled for the year 2019, is presented along with the trade statistics for the last 10 years for the use of the reader.
Consisting of a comprehensive analysis of Sri Lanka’s export trade, products and services, from the year 2010 up to the year 2019, including the export regions per each product, their market growth and projected growth.
Click following link to access Export performance chart reports for the sectors Apparel, Coconut, ICT/BPO, Fresh Fruits & Vegetables, Fisheries Products, Floriculture, Aquarium Fish, Boat & Ship Building, Ceramic & Porcelain Products, Ceylon Tea, Electrical & Electronics, Food & Beverage, Footwear & Leather Products, Gem Diamond & Jewellery, Giftware & Toys, Plastic Products, Printing & Stationery Products, Rubber & Rubber-based Products, Spices & Allied Products, Wooden Products