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Domestic jewellery to shine bright in South India
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Sep '08
Enterprise Development and Investment Promotion Ministry of Sri Lanka is making efforts to promote gems and jewellery of the country in South India, which is considered to be a profitable market. In order to make the plans productive, a meeting was recently held among the officials that was chaired by Mano Wijerathne, Enterprise Development Minister.

The authorities present in the conference, discussed about the primary preparations that are being made for holding an exhibition in Chennai. The aim behind organizing this expo is to display the wide range of products including jewellery made using various mediums and handicraft items like colourful batik fabrics.

The country is showing keen interest in investing in Southern region of India that has shown a rapid economic growth by crossing nine percent mark. This shows that per capita income of the region has increased.

Mr Wijerathne even appreciated the efforts that are being made by Sri Lankan diplomats abroad who are constantly looking forward to enter various lucrative global markets for earning foreign exchange.

The traditional as well as contemporary designs that reflect the excellent craftsmanship of domestic artisans have made a special place for themselves in international markets. The country is also famous all over the world for its prominent gem cutting and finishing industry.

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