Tagged: EXPORT

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Sri Lanka Rubber Product

Started in 1876, with the planting of 1,919 rubber seedlings at the Henerathgoda Botanical Gardens in Gampaha, Sri Lankan that became the origin of an uninterrupted and profitable supply chain of an agricultural commodity,...

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First Steps toward your Dream

Many people want to start businesses but don’t have the money. However many businesses, including some world wide ones, have been started by dedicated entrepreneurs with empty pockets. The trick is to specialize in...

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Sri Lanka Organic Product

Sri Lanka maintains a reputation in organic crop production and exports different varieties of organic products adhering to international standards. For over a decade, Sri Lanka had exported a range of organically certified products. Organic Agriculture in world during the...

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Sri Lankan Food and Beverages

The global trends moving towards health-conscious consumers, exports currently include processed food and other value added products including organic, environmental friendly, sugar free and low salted products. Sri Lanka’s agricultural practices, agro industries and manufacturing...

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Sri Lankan Coconut Products

Whereas Sri Lanka isn’t the world’s largest producer of Coconut, our footprint on global coconut production is still significant. Also, in the context of local exports, as both natural Coconut and value added Coconut...

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Sri Lankan Giftware & Toys

Sri Lanka’s inherent craftsmanship, cultural diversity and rich natural resources provide the base for a wide range of giftware products that satisfy quality-conscious and astute buyers. The diversified raw material base for giftware and toys includes...

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Sri Lankan Ayurveda & Herbal Products

Ayurveda is an ancient authentic medical system which has been originated in India, more than 5000 years ago. In Sri Lanka, it is practiced harmonized with Sri Lankan Traditional Medicine, which evolved from pre-historic era...

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Sri Lanka Leather Products

The footwear industry has significant potential to be a key contributor to Sri Lanka’s economy, and already provides high end products to Mark & Spencer, Bata France, H.H. Browns, Clarks, Aerosoles and Nike. A diverse range of...