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Sri Lanka Export Development Board (SLEDB) is Sri Lanka’s premier organization for the development and promotion of exports, and was established in 1979 under the Sri Lanka Export Development Act No. 40, under the influence and guidance of the International Trade Center (ITC) and the United Nations Conference on Development of Trade & Tariffs (UNCTAD). It plays a critical role of a policy advisor, monitor, promoter, facilitator and knowledge provider on Sri Lankan exports to the world.( Visit Sri Lanka Export Development Board )

Functioning under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 2020, the Department of Commerce drives to develop and promote Sri Lanka’s foreign trade relations at bilateral, regional and multilateral levels by the effective implementation of government trade policy, with a view to raising the standards of living and realizing a higher quality of life through the increase of total production, income and employment levels, thereby actively contributing to the overall economic growth of Sri Lanka. The DoC is responsible for foreign trade policy formulation, and all related coordination and implementation matters.(Visit Department of Commerce)

Sri Lanka Tea Board

Sri-Lanka-Tea-Board

Sri Lanka (Ceylon) is famed for producing the finest black tea in the world, grown and produced according to uncompromising, traditional methods and standards. Since the 1880s, Ceylon tea has been the country’s principal and most famous export; for generations, it formed the backbone of the Sri Lankan economy, and plays a major part, even today, in the country’s fortunes. The Tea Board is the apex regulatory and administrative body of the Sri Lankan tea industry. First set up in 1976, it comprises representatives from both private and government bodies involved in the industry. (Visit Sri Lanka Tea Board)

The brilliance of Coloured stones from the “Serendib” (Sri Lanka) have inspired ancient Kings, Infamous Silk Road Traders of Chinese & Arabian & Chinese origin as well as Historians of medieval ancestry to affectionately nick name their precious little Island as “Rathna Dveepaya” to mean “The Gemmed Island” in English. The first Government institute to be vested with the responsibility of the Sri Lankan Gem and Jewellery Industry was State Gem Corporation, established on 1st November 1971 via Parliamentary Act No. 13 of 9th March 1971. The State Gem Corporation was succeeded by the National Gem and Jewellery Authority in the year 1993 via Parliamentary Act No. 50 of 1993, and was conferred with the task of the Development, Regulation and Promotion of the Sri Lankan Gem and Jewellery Industry. (Visit National Gem and jewellery)

Chambers

A number of key trade chambers exist in Sri Lanka ensuring robust engagement inn promoting trade relations of the country. ( List Of Chambers & Associations)

Sri Lanka Standards Institution (SLSI) is the National Standards Body of Sri Lanka, established under the Bureau of Ceylon Standards Act No. 38 of 1964. SLSI by virtue of being the National Standards Body in Sri Lanka is a member of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) which is based in Geneva. As members of the ISO, National standards Bodies exchange on reciprocal basis copies of their National standards and is responsible for disseminating information on standards, technical regulations and standards related activities to the community at national level. As the prime national organization for Standards, ‘Sri Lanka Standards Institution’ undertakes to, promote and facilitate Standardization, Measurement, Quality Assurance and related activities in all sectors of the national economy(Visit Sri Lanka Standards Institution)

Ministry of Agriculture visit

Sri Lanka Export Development Board (SLEDB) is Sri Lanka’s premier organization for the development and promotion of exports, and was established in 1979 under the Sri Lanka Export Development Act No. 40, under the influence and guidance of the International Trade Center (ITC) and the United Nations Conference on Development of Trade & Tariffs (UNCTAD). It plays a critical role of a policy advisor, monitor, promoter, facilitator and knowledge provider on Sri Lankan exports to the world.( Visit Sri Lanka Export Development Board )

Functioning under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 2020, the Department of Commerce drives to develop and promote Sri Lanka’s foreign trade relations at bilateral, regional and multilateral levels by the effective implementation of government trade policy, with a view to raising the standards of living and realizing a higher quality of life through the increase of total production, income and employment levels, thereby actively contributing to the overall economic growth of Sri Lanka. The DoC is responsible for foreign trade policy formulation, and all related coordination and implementation matters.(Visit Department of Commerce)

Sri Lanka Tea Board

Sri-Lanka-Tea-Board

Sri Lanka (Ceylon) is famed for producing the finest black tea in the world, grown and produced according to uncompromising, traditional methods and standards. Since the 1880s, Ceylon tea has been the country’s principal and most famous export; for generations, it formed the backbone of the Sri Lankan economy, and plays a major part, even today, in the country’s fortunes. The Tea Board is the apex regulatory and administrative body of the Sri Lankan tea industry. First set up in 1976, it comprises representatives from both private and government bodies involved in the industry. (Visit Sri Lanka Tea Board)

The brilliance of Coloured stones from the “Serendib” (Sri Lanka) have inspired ancient Kings, Infamous Silk Road Traders of Chinese & Arabian & Chinese origin as well as Historians of medieval ancestry to affectionately nick name their precious little Island as “Rathna Dveepaya” to mean “The Gemmed Island” in English. The first Government institute to be vested with the responsibility of the Sri Lankan Gem and Jewellery Industry was State Gem Corporation, established on 1st November 1971 via Parliamentary Act No. 13 of 9th March 1971. The State Gem Corporation was succeeded by the National Gem and Jewellery Authority in the year 1993 via Parliamentary Act No. 50 of 1993, and was conferred with the task of the Development, Regulation and Promotion of the Sri Lankan Gem and Jewellery Industry. (Visit National Gem and jewellery)

Chambers

A number of key trade chambers exist in Sri Lanka ensuring robust engagement inn promoting trade relations of the country. ( List Of Chambers & Associations)

Sri Lanka Standards Institution (SLSI) is the National Standards Body of Sri Lanka, established under the Bureau of Ceylon Standards Act No. 38 of 1964. SLSI by virtue of being the National Standards Body in Sri Lanka is a member of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) which is based in Geneva. As members of the ISO, National standards Bodies exchange on reciprocal basis copies of their National standards and is responsible for disseminating information on standards, technical regulations and standards related activities to the community at national level. As the prime national organization for Standards, ‘Sri Lanka Standards Institution’ undertakes to, promote and facilitate Standardization, Measurement, Quality Assurance and related activities in all sectors of the national economy(Visit Sri Lanka Standards Institution)

Ministry of Agriculture visit