Sri Lanka is undergoing its worst economic crisis and in a bid to revive its economy, Sri Lanka introduced Ramayana Trail to attract tourists from India.
According to a recent report, the Island nation has banned over 300 consumer products which are non-essential items and the same was signed by acting President Ranil Wickremesinghe under the Import and Export Control Act of Sri Lanka.
The import ban on a wide array of consumer products ranging from food to machinery has come into immediate effect.
Consumer items like perfumes, deodorants, make-up products, shampoos, suitcases and trunks are also banned from import. The government has also banned the import of ships, aircraft and electrical goods.
Under exports, Sri Lanka has banned cutlery cases, toilets, hoses and fitting, pipes and tubes. However, items shipped on or before August 23 will be permitted custom clearance.