Wet zone paddy farmers to be given freedom to grow what they like
Individual had apparently stolen a big bundle of notes from the central bank's currency issue office,
On the theme of 'Sustain Reform, Accelerate Growth'
The first people face legal impediments to practice their lifestyle
Order by five-judge bench with one dissenting
It is proposed to introduce policy and regulatory framework to facilitate gig economy and e-commerce transactions
Sugar tax comes after Sri Lanka authorities missed IMF revenue target
Since April 2022 when the country hiked rates commercial banks have repaid or collected about 3.2 billion dollars
Legal alcohol producers are not buying ethanol produced at state-run sugar firms and material is piling up
Sri Lanka to benefit from a shift of development from South East Asia and the Asia Pacific, into the Indian Ocean
Poverty reduction could resume from 2024 and continue in 2025
Sri Lanka is placed below Haiti and Burkina Faso.
Local-currency restructuring could accelerate progress towards the restructuring of external debt.
It is the executive board's decision at the end of whether and when the IMF will be able to move ahead.
There was a void in the region Sri Lanka can fill
The US announced the commitment of 19.23 million US dollars in additional funds to further the development of Sri Lanka.
As another phase of "Aswesuma" a payment of Rs.799.5 million for 113’713 beneficiaries have been paid for July
Ranil Wickremesinghe has discussed ongoing economic reforms and sector growth plans with World Bank
Driven by the manufacture of food & beverages sector, in response to the continuous downward revisions in retail prices
Construction down 23-pct
Minister of Finance said special commodity levy of 50 rupees on a kilo of potatoes is to be extended by four months
Sri Lanka's inflation is near zero, and the central bank allowed the rupee to appreciate after curbing domestic credit
“By today when Keeri Samba prices are to rise to Rs.280 to 285 the CAA will take steps to raid them.
Sri Lanka can liberalize imports of rice to allow prices to stabilize
Sinopec Energy Lanka (Pvt) Ltd has started selling diesel and petrol 3.00 rupees below price set by CPC.