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New Director General appointed to the Export Development Board

Miss. Chitranjali Dissanayake has been appointed as the Director General (DG) of Sri Lanka Export Development Board (EDB) with effect from 4th August 2020.

Promotion of Senior Tourism for Resilience and Recovery of Post-COVID Sri...

“Doing the Right Things and Doing Things Right”. By Prof....

EDB’s pioneering initiatives to develop the Wellness Tourism industry

Sri Lanka’s Wellness Tourism industry received a new impetus when the Sri Lanka Export Development Board (EDB) recognized Wellness Tourism as a thrust sector...

The bounce is back in Exports – Export Performance – 2020

June 2020 Earnings from merchandise exports rebounded in June 2020 to US $ 906.02 Mn as per the Customs statistics, with...

SLAAR to join hands with CAA to restart Aviation Industry

The Executive Committee members of Sri Lanka Association of Airlines Representatives (SLAAR) called on the Director General of Civil Aviation & Chief Executive Officer Capt....

BBC collaborates with Sri Lanka Tourism to revive the Tourism Sector

Despite being considerably affected by the recent COVID -19 outbreak, Sri Lanka Tourism is currently taking several measures to revive the Tourism sector by...

The New Paradigm in Sri Lanka Tourism: Exploring the untapped potential...

“Sri Lanka has all the necessary attributes to become a leading global wellness player, says panel of experts” An esteemed...

Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka donated equipment to the Medical...

Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka donated equipment that will enhance the facilities of the Medical Research Institute’s (MRI) Department of Virology. MRI has...

Export Performance – 2020

May 2020 Merchandise exports for the month of May 2020 has bounced back to US$ 602 Mn, compared...

Sri Lanka’s Electricity Generation (excluding non-conventional energy) decrease by 22.7 percent...

Sri Lanka’s total electricity generation (excluding non- conventional electricity as solar, wind, mini-hydro & biomass) stood at 964,043 MWh in the month of April...