(Press Release) Sri Lanka Gem and Jewelry Affiliation extends their ongoing aid in ensuring their business contributes to the strengthening of the financial state all through the recent economic and monetary crisis. SLGJA shares the rising concern for the present financial crisis the place is at present facing and has taken measures to make sure the Gem and Jewelry field raises exports to ensure a constant stream of overseas exchange enters the state.
Adhering to their dialogue with minister Hon. Ramesh Pathirana, SLGJA have taken the initial measures to provide to light the present challenges faced by the Gem and Jewellery exporters and has asked for the minister’s guidance and assist in making sure the process of carrying out exports is produced a lot easier for organizations, therefore ensuring a free of charge movement of overseas trade into the nation.
As a luxurious market numerous Gem and Jewellery firms have confronted a range of setbacks put up-Covid, inspite of this the market is performing jointly to aim their efforts on expanding exports in order to assistance the state as a result of these difficult occasions. SLGJA is a driving force in ensuring all segments in just the market appear with each other to perform toward the target of growing exports and overseas exchange for the country “We believe that we are in a very good posture to help the place in bringing in significantly-essential international currency by way of exports” claims Mr Ajward Deen – chairman of the Sri Lanka Gem and Jewelry Association.