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refined petroleum, cigarettes, leather goods, tires, sugar

Manufacturing is relatively limited in Sri Lanka, and in 2000 it accounted for only 17 percent of the country’s gross domestic product. The more important industrial enterprises, most of which are entirely or partly government owned, produce goods such as steel, tires, cement, textiles, clothing, sugar, cigarettes, paper and leather goods, electronic equipment, refined petroleum, chemicals, ceramics, and processed food.



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