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Toothpaste Market Of Sri Lanka

SRI LANKA Welcome all of you to Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka was known as Ceylon before 1972 and became independent in 1948.its 1972 constitution claimed it an independent republic. Based on Geography profile showing that Sri lanka is about 65,610sq/km between West Asia and South East Asia. Sri Lanka is an island-nation situated in the Indian Ocean, off the south-eastern coast shores of India., Sri Lanka is a multi-religious and multi-ethnic nation, where almost 70 percent of the population follows Buddhism...

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Tourism Industry of Sri Lanka

 1. SRI LANKA A DESTINATION FOR TRAVEL AND TOURISM 1.1Tourist arrivals through the years Over the years Sri Lanka has been a tourist attraction. The tourism industry in Sri Lanka has gone through an up and down road mostly due to the instability of the country. The graph below shows these fluctuations. Source: Annual Statistical Report of Sri Lanka Tourism-2007 & Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority. The above graph shows how much Sri Lanka’s tourism industry has declined considering...

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Fab India in Sri Lanka

Fabindia’s Foray into Sri Lanka (Cross Culture Marketing) [pic] [pic][pic] [pic] [pic] Group 7: Shamsy Goyal- 211 Punit Saraf- 230 Ridhee Singla- 238 Anshul Bhatia-253 Tejuswi Prakash-242 Amar Bhartia- 255 Shashank Yagnick- 259 About Fabindia: Fabindia is India's largest private platform for products that are made from traditional techniques, skills and hand-based processes. Fabindia links over 40,000 craft based rural producers to modern urban markets, thereby creating...

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Inflation Management in Sri Lanka

Inflation Management through the Interest Rate Channel in Sri Lanka 1. Introduction Monetary policy comprises the rules and actions adopted by the central banks to achieve their objectives. In most countries the primary objective of the monetary policy is price stability. The Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) has two core objectives: (1) maintaining price and economic stability and (2) maintaining financial system stability (Central Bank of Sri Lanka 2012, ‘About the Bank’, para. 1). To attain the objective...

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Sri Lanka

TODAY’S SRI LANKA Development’s from 2010 to 2012 TODAY’S SRI LANKA Sri Lanka successfully concluded a war against a terrorist Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in May 2009. There has been no terrorist violence in Sri Lanka since the end of the conflict. Today, Sri Lanka today is aggressively promoting ethnic reconciliation, redevelopment of conflict-affected areas and expanded trade and foreign investment for the restoration of normalcy throughout the island. Sri Lanka successfully...

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Development Constraints in Sri Lanka

history of Sri Lanka this section will demonstrate the linkages present in a number of government issues that have hindered the development of Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka gained independence from Britain in 1947. From 1948 to 1977 Sri Lanka was a socialist country. Industries were nationalized and a welfare state was established. This improved living conditions but produced slow economic growth, economic inefficiency, and a lack of foreign investment . Since 1971, the constitution of Sri Lanka has established...

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Industrialization Experience in Sri Lanka

Abstract On the whole, this paper gives an analysis on the impact of globalization on Sri Lanka and further examines the industrialization experience in Sri Lanka following the market-oriented policy transformation instigated in 1977, while emphasizing on the establishment of trade Policies including Foreign-Direct-Investments (FDI). Moreover, this paper recognizes that policy alterations have positively played a key role in converting a primary-product-exporting economy to an economy which manufactures...

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How Market Segmentation Is Carried Out in the Toothpaste Market of Sri Lanka

Objective The objective of this paper is to discuss how market segmentation is carried out in the toothpaste market of Sri Lanka, and how products are targeted at the selected segments. This paper will provide;     An introduction to the toothpaste market of Sri Lanka and its segmentation An introduction to the selected company operating in the toothpaste market and the segments it is targeting Reasons for the company to select the toothpaste market and segments in particular The role of the Human Resource...

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Presntday Women in Sri Lanka

large part on the shoulders of women. The Sri Lankan economy’s main foreign exchange earners used to be tea, rubber and coconut cultivation for export. Apart from these commercial crops, paddy (rice) cultivation has been the mainstay of the rural economy. Women’s labour plays an important role here, but in most instances is not taken into account. The traditional economic pattern has completely changed during the last 10-15 years. Remittances from Sri Lankans employed in the Middle Eastern countries...

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Country Competitivenes - Sri Lanka

As opposed to a 10-place jump in the previous year, Sri Lanka has suffered a 16-place relegation in the latest Global Competitiveness Rankings list released by the influential World Economic Forum (WEF) yesterday. Sri Lanka’s rank of 68th place out of 144 countries surveyed from 52nd place in the previous year was despite the overall score changing marginally to 4.2 points from 4.3. WEF assess a country’s competitiveness using 12 broad pillars – institutions, infrastructure, macro-economic environment...

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