SRI LANKA: Five year plan to boost spice exports - MEMBERS
The Sri Lankan government has adopted a five-year plan to boost annual national income from exports of spice and allied products from SL Rupees 6.5bn (US$67m) in 2001 to SL Rupees 30bn in 2006. An optimistic Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Ravi Karunanayake told the Spices and Allied Products Producers and Trade Association (SAPPTA) that revenues will increase to SL Rupees 15bn this year.
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