SLSC 52nd Annual General Meeting 2021-2022
Added on 01st November 2022
SLSC 51st Annual General Meeting 2021-2022
Added on 07th July 2021
SLSC 50th Annual General Meeting 2020-2021
Added on 05th October 2020
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...
The Central Bank of Sri Lanka maintains policy interest rates at their current levels24th November 2022
The Monetary Board of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, at its meeting held on 23 November 2022, decided to maintain the Standing Deposit Facility Rate (SDFR) and the Standing Lending Facility Rate (SLFR) of the Central Bank at their current levels of 14.50 per cent...
Circular from the Department of Commerce28th October 2022
Kindly follow the steps below and register your company in our online system. Type https://ecoo.doc.gov.lk and access the platform. Before proceed please go through the you tube tutorials as well, as mentioned below;...
Talk to Sri Lanka Consulate General in Dubai UAE05th October 2022
The Department of Commerce has initiated a regular dialogue with Commercial Officers stationed in Sri Lanka Missions abroad with the exporter communities to provide with respective market access opportunities, competition details and tips and...
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