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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » DAILY CHRONICLE™ » Sri Lanka exports drop 9.2 percent April

Sri Lanka exports drop 9.2 percent April

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1Sri Lanka exports drop 9.2 percent April Empty Sri Lanka exports drop 9.2 percent April Mon Jun 11, 2012 8:29 pm

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June 11, 2012 (LBO) - Sri Lanka's exports fell 9.2 percent to 680.1 million dollars in April, while the country’s import bill slipped 3.3 percent to 1,441.0 million dollars, due to slower sales of apparels and tea, official data showed.

Industrial exports, which include garments, rubber products and food, fell 8.7 percent to 520.0 million dollars in April, as against the same month 2011, the Central Bank of Sri Lanka said Monday.

Textiles and apparels, Sri Lanka’s main export earner, slipped 2.2 percent to 295.5 million dollars in April, over the same month a year earlier.

“Lower earnings from exports of textiles and garments, mainly reflecting the lower international cotton prices,” the bank said in a statement.

Agricultural exports, which include, fell 15.2 percent to 149.6 million dollars in April, year-on-year.

Tea, Sri Lanka’s main commodity export, saw export earnings slip 9.3 percent to 88.7 million dollars in April, over the same month a year earlier.

The bank said shipments of tea, rubber and coconut were hurt by weak prices in the international market.
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