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Economic conditions have continued to improve in the past few months. The continued decline in inflation and inflationary expectations, the improvement in the external sector, containment of public sector borrowing, and growth in money supply and credit, have enabled the Central Bank to reduce its policy rates. Further, the corridor between the Bank's Reverse Repurchase (Reverse Repo) rate and its Repurchase (Repo) rate has been narrowed, to make the width of the corridor more consistent with the current level of ...
A conference to review and critically evaluate the first ten years of implementation of the Indo-Lanka Free Trade Agreement (ILFTA) was held in Colombo recently. The Conference titled ‘Ten Years of the Indo-Lanka Free Trade Agreement’ was organised by the Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka, the Centre for WTO Studies - India, the India-Sri Lanka Joint Business Council and the Indo-Lanka Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and took place on the 24th and 25th of May. The objective of this conference was to review the performance of the ILFTA, assess the benefits that have ... Read More
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