Sri Lanka: FAIRS Export Certificate Report Annual

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This FAIRS report lists the export certificates required for food and agricultural products shipped to the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka (Sri Lanka). An export certificate matrix is included in this report. The requirements listed herein are specific for consignments coming directly from the United States of America to Sri Lanka, or transshipped in sealed containers with invoices stating that Sri Lanka is the final destination.

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