24th September 2010, www.news.lk
Sri Lanka’s exports to India have increased by 45 % during the first seven months of this year, Indian High Commissioner Ashok K. Kantha said revealed at a luncheon meeting with local media heads, the Indian High Commissioner has also said that there has been a significant increase in trade between the two countries following implementation of Free Trade Agreement between the two countries.
According to reports Sri Lanka’s exports to India have increased by 45% during the first seven months and India’s exports to Sri Lanka have also increased by 41%. If the current trend continues, 2010 will be an all time high record in trade relations between the two countries.
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