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The NCE is the only private sector Chamber which exclusively serves Sri Lankan Exporters and is the ‘Voice of the Exporter’. Incorporated in 1994 The Chamber has a membership of over 450 export oriented companies covering all products & most services sectors, as well as service providers to exporters.

Our Mission 

To Create a dynamic Export Sector that will help Sri Lanka meet its Socio-Economic challenges with emphasis on employment generation, and foreign exchange earnings in achieving total Economic Independence

Our Main Objectives 

To promote and protect trade, commerce, and industries of Member Exporters of Sri Lanka, Serves as a Forum to discuss export related subjects, and make policy recommendations to state policy making authorities, Make representations to the relevant state authorities regarding operational issues of member exporters in particular, and the exporter community in general, Assist direct and indirect exporters to become internationally competitive, To promote cooperation among members of the Chamber for their common good, To complement the efforts and programmes of the Government, and the relevant state Organizations, to accelerate the development of the Export sector as a priority to achieve National Economic Development targets.

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Is Sri Lanka ready for Free Trade Agreements? Part II (Daily FT 26.04.2017)

Developing a National Export Strategy – Are FTAs ‘cart before the horse’? On 6 and 7 April, Sri Lanka’s ‘First National Symposium to Develop a National Export Strategy’ (NES) was held under the auspices of the responsible Ministry and the Export Development Board. The declared, very laudable objective of the Government at this event was to kick off the preparation of such a national Plan for the next export growth cycle of Sri Lanka. This first symposium will unveil the design process for the NES and provide a...
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SL-Indo-Japanese Pact soon, says PM (Daily Mirror 24.04.2017)

A tripartite agreement between Sri Lanka, India and Japan was on the cards to start up development projects in the island, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said on Saturday. Premier Wickremesinghe came up with this remark at a New Year festival in Suduwella, Maradana during the weekend. “I will take a message from President Maithripala Sirisena to India on Tuesday and will meet Indian Prime Minister Modi on Wednesday. The objective of the Government is to bring in a tripartite programme to go ahead with the...
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Brandix has been ranked Sri Lanka’s most valuable export brand for the third consecutive year (Daily Mirror 25.04.2017)

Brandix has been ranked Sri Lanka’s most valuable export brand for the third consecutive year in the just-released 2017 Brand Finance rankings of the country’s leading brands. Already rated the country’s top exporter across all sectors, Brandix leads a group ofhighly respected export brands in apparel, IT, tea, manufacturing, processed foods, services and printing, in this year’s Brand Finance ranking. According to Brand Finance, the attributes measured for the rankings included a brand’s corporate vision, reputation...
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ACL Cables continues ascent among Top 50 Most Valuable Brands (Daily News 24.04.2017)

Suren Madanayake, MD, ACL Cables ACL Cables PLC was ranked 41 amongst the Top 50 Valuable Brands for 2017, a continued ascent from last year's ranking. Advancing seven positions, the company has received a ranking of 41, compared to its rank of 48 last year. The ranking recognises ACL Cables's improved brand value and ratings when compared to previous years. A significant achievement for the brand has been the scaling up of 19 places in the last two years. This is the second successive year ACL Cables has been ranked...
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Is Sri Lanka ready for Free Trade Agreements? Part I – (Daily Mirror 24.04.2017)

Developing global antipathy towards free trade is motivated by the outsourcing of jobs from the rich industrialised world to other countries, and fast-spreading automation, and resulting greater efficiency leading to higher productivity, which is creating multitudes of losers from another technological revolution now in full swing Introduction and economic context The economic philosophy propagated by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to any and all developing countries which are unfortunate enough to require its...
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Understanding people will help you make the shift from managing to leading a business (Daily Mirror 24.04.2017)

Part 3 Great managers will tell you that the difference between a manager and leader is much more profound than most people think and that the company which overlooks this difference will suffer for it. Leaders look forward and imagine the possibilities that the future may bring in order to set direction. Managers monitor and adjust today’s work, regularly looking backward to ensure that current goals leading to that direction are being met. The best leaders lead and let their management teams manage the work at hand....
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Inflation flirts around double digit levels as national prices soar 8.6% in March (Daily Mirror 24.04.2017)

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Employers, unions and Govt. confirm social dialogue essential for national wage fixation (Daily FT 17.04.2017)

In the world of work, wages are best set through sound evidence and social dialogue. This was the key message from an ILO-supported workshop on minimum wage setting in Sri Lanka. The workshop hosted by the Employers Federation of Ceylon (EFC) with support from the ILO Bureau for Employers’ Activities provided an opportunity for a frank and productive discussion on how best to determine wage policy, bringing together actors in the private sector, unions, and Government. A recent study commissioned by EFC informed the...
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GSP Plus hangs in balance as govt. treads slow on sensitive issues (Daily Mirror 19.04.17)

By Chandeepa Wettasinghe The European Union (EU) is still concerned about the progress Sri Lanka has made in its human rights commitments with less than 4 weeks to go till the culmination of Sri Lanka’s Generalized System of Preferences Plus (GSP Plus) application process to gain reduced duty access to EU markets. “The deadline finishes on the 15th of May, so there’s even less than 4 weeks for Sri Lanka to make its case. There are still some areas on which (EU) Members of Parliament have already signalled their...
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Dialog brand rises in 2017 Brand Finance table (Daily FT 18.04.2018)

For the last 14 years, leading brand valuation and strategy consultancy Brand Finance Lanka analyses, values and ranks many hundreds of brands that are operating in Sri Lanka. The latest version, released in the 2017 Brand Finance Most Valuable Brands league table and related rankings are published in the Brands Annual (a Media Services/LMD publication). Sri Lanka’s most powerful brand for several years in a row has now moved up to the second slot from last year’s fourth position; sitting just behind the most valuable...
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National Chamber of Exporters Supportive Partners...

coir365-new  Anchor Group of Companies Causeway Paints Lanka (Pvt) Ltd C. R. Exports (Pvt) Ltd Ceylon Leather Products PLC Euro Asia Corporation Pvt Ltd 4Ever Skin Naturals (Pvt) Ltd mobitel_logo Rabeena Food Pvt Ltd Raja Jewellers (Pvt) Ltd Maliban Biscuits Manufactures Ltd Rakeeb-International-new-for-web Sifani-Jewellers  YKK Lanka Pvt Ltd Advertise here Advertise here 

National Chamber of Exporters

is a designated Chamber of the State Authorities to issue CO’s and related documents. The service is provided both manually & online.

Trade Promotion Events

NCE Participates in overseas Trade Fairs, Exhibitions, Buyer-Seller meetings, and Contact Promotion Programs to gain market access for Sri Lankan products

Foreign Trade Representative Service

Members can link up with FTR’s of the Chamber in selected overseas markets to promote products & services, and clinch export orders.

Online Exposure

Business contact information, email, and website hotlinks through the NCE Website.

Trade Information

Receive Trade Inquiries of prospective buyers, Rules and Regulations related to exports, through the quarterly published NCE Exporter Magazine, Chamber emails, newsletters, articles etc.,

Trade Workshops & Seminars

NCE organizes these events for members, to faciliate business, and as a tool for networking.

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