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NCE participates in JITF for 4th consecutive year

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National Chamber of Exporters of Sri Lanka (NCE) Secretary General Shiham Marikar along with officials participated in the Jaffna International Trade Fair (JITF) held recently.
The NCE has been a regular participant in this event during the last four years to achieve its objective to bring economic prosperity to the people in the North. In this context, the chamber has provided an opportunity for the member exporters to develop business linkages with the producers in the North, especially in the agriculture sector, to export their products to overseas markets. The JITF has developed into a comprehensive business-focused exhibition providing a good platform for the member exporters of the chamber to expand business linkages with the producers in the North for mutual benefit and for the prosperity of the people in the North. 
It has also provided a platform to meet the investors related to export-oriented ventures and also establish links with policymakers in the relevant state institutions for business development, at a time when Sri Lanka is focusing on policy and political approaches to promote reconciliation between the people of the North and South through opportunities for private investments. 
Ten member companies of the chamber displayed their products and services in exhibition stalls in the NCE pavilion. Thirty other member companies exhibited in their own stalls in addition, outside the pavilion. Most of these exhibitors have been repeat participants since the event meets with their objective to find business opportunities in the North.
At the inauguration ceremony of the event Marikar made use of the opportunity to apprise the audience and the distinguished guests regarding the forthcoming 25th Annual NCE Exports Awards ceremony of the chamber to be held in September this year in Colombo, which serves to recognize and reward the achievements of Sri Lankan exporters in the international market place, as well as the achievements of the service providers to exporters. 

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