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Automation to cut logistics jobs in SL

A new study by the International Labor Organization has found that implementation of high levels of automation in Sri Lanka’s logistics businesses projected by experts could lead to loss of some jobs.

The report on future of work in Sri Lanka stated that growth in logistics will lead to increased labor demand, but high automation implementation will eventually lead to shift.

The influence of emerging technologies connected with the fourth industrial revolution, such as automation, have on the future world of work in Sri Lanka considered the ILO study.

The report aims to set out who will be the winners and losers and what can governments, industry, and citizens do to formulate for the changes that lie ahead.

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