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Sri Lanka Equity Forum » Stock Market Talk » Is Tess most benifited company under the GSP+ .

Is Tess most benifited company under the GSP+ .

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The additional tariff concession gained by these sectors will vary – in many apparels categories duties are cut from 9.6 percent to zero, in the seafood sector from 18.5 percent to zero, in the fresh and processed fruits and vegetable sector from 12.5 percent to zero, in the porcelain and ceramic ware sector from 8.4 percent to zero and in the toy products sector from 1.2 percent to zero.


If they improve their production, Tess will be the most benifited company...


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https://www.google.lk/amp/s/b.marfeel.com/amp/www.dailymirror.lk/article/Regaining-GSP-Plus-for-Sri-Lankan-exports-to-EU-Industry-perspectives-129115.html

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