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National Gem & Jewellery Authority - Export & Export Promotion - October 2006 

"NGJA" was establised in 1993 under parliamentary Act No - 50 of 1993 for the development, Regulations and promotion of the Gem industry and Jewellery Industry. NGJA being the main Government institution mandated to develop and promote the entire value chain of the industry which encompasses, Mining, trading, value enhancement, lapidary, Jewellery Manufacture, Assaying & Hallmarking, Retailing & Exporting and Marketing them locally &internationally has drawn up a corporate plan for the period 2006 - 2010. The NGJA'S business model is based of the goal of  self financing & sustainability. Currentlt its main sources of income are service fee leved on export and it share on revenue generated through auction of state and plantation and for gemming


Source: Export & Export Promotio

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Preparing to Face the Global Challenges - Asia- Pacific Trade and Investment - April 2005

The garment industry in Sri Lanka expanded rapidly after the liberalization of the economy in 1977. During the 1990s, the garment indusrty grew at 18.5 per cent per annum. The export-led expansion of the industry led to the replacement of tea by garments as the nation's largest foreign exchange earner. Moreover, the industry has been contribution to the liveihood of nearly 1.2 million people. However, the boom period for the industry is gradually coming to an end, with the quote system having ended on 1 January 2005, regional trading blocs and bilateral free trade agreements proliferating and governing nearly 33 per cent of global trade.


Source: Asia - Pacific Trade and Investment

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Composite Applications using Coir Fibres in Sri Lanka - Common Fund for Commodities - November 2003

This report describes the activities and resultd that have been achieved within the project "Composite application usinf coir fibres in sri Lanka", A project submitted by the FAO-IGHF, and funded by the common fund for commodities. The project was carried out with the frame of the CFC corporate contract nr. 02/32 between the CFC and the Delft University of Technology who acts as the project executing agency.


Source: common Fund For Commodities


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