The Impact of Information Technology in Trade Facilitation on Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Sri Lanka
In: Studies in Trade and Investment: The Development Impact of Information Technology in Trade Facilitation
AbstractThis chapter examines the extent of automation of trade facilitation in Sri Lanka and assesses the impact of automation on SMEs in Sri Lanka. The focus of the study was on the experiences of the garment industry, which has been an important driver in the Sri Lankan economy in recent years.
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Trade facilitation; automation; garment industry; IT; SMEs; export; customs; Sri Lanka;
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