SLSC 52nd Annual General Meeting 2021-2022
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SLSC 51st Annual General Meeting 2021-2022
Added on 07th July 2021
SLSC 50th Annual General Meeting 2020-2021
Added on 05th October 2020
Sri Lanka Shippers' Council believes there to be dire repercussions to be faced, due to continued mockery connected to shipping regulations changes, Sri Lanka Shipper's Council22nd May 2023
The Importers and Exporters are perturbed by the action of the Minister of Ports and Shipping, to rescind the Gazette No. 2041/10 dated 17th October, 2017, which was initially introduced on 27th October, 2013, and has benefited the Importers and exporters immensely over the years...
Central Bank of Sri Lanka - External Sector Performance January 202305th March 2023
Overall exports: Earnings from merchandise exports declined by 11.3 per cent in January 2023, over January 2022, to US dollars 978 million, continuing the moderation observed since September 2022, though at a slower pace than expected. This decline was observed across...
Central Bank of Sri Lanka - External Sector Performance November 202211th January 2023
The merchandise trade deficit continued to remain low compared to a year ago, though it widened in November 2022 over the previous month. Earnings from merchandise exports declined in November 2022, mainly due to lower global demand, particularly for garment exports...
Briefs on International Trade (BIT) 2022/ - Department of Commerce13th December 2022
Pakistan's economy is structured with private businesses and strong "for profit" state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in the sectors such as power, oil refinery, petroleum, gas, steel, transport, shipping, and airline. Major sectors of the country's economy include...
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