Oil suppliers wary to supply Sri Lanka after recent downgrades
Sri Lanka unable to import fuel due to broken soft-peg
10 key foods including rice, lentils and potatoes allowed to come freely
The directive came into effect as of Friday June 24.
Companies with more than 60-pct dollar revenues will have to pay bills in dollars
“Even today fewer than 10 per cent of buses are running. Drivers are on strike because they have no fuel."
O’Neil had also explained her administration's policy regarding maritime security and human smuggling, it said.
Will support health services, with a strong emphasis on protecting those at risk, especially women and girls
Debt restructuring and tax hikes on the cards
Protests beginning to gather pace as petrol, diesel shortages threaten to bring the country to a standstill
Losses absorbed by the Treasury
Fuel crisis hits education institutions.
Vehicles advertised on-line were quoted at about a million rupees less than a month ago
IMF team visits following the visit of debt restructuring advisors.
Police sources said most of the illegal Sri Lankan migrants are aiming to make it to Australia.
All Share Price Index was down 135.63 points to 7,569.64 at 1142 hours.
Passenger transport, goods transport hit
The Indian credit line was signed in March for the purchase of food and medicines.
The country has been reporting commodity queue deaths since April 28.
By Thursday (16) afternoon, transport has been all but crippled.
Manufacturing recover from April holiday
Blames Russia and Ukraine
Sri Lanka's MSME sector is hit hard by the ongoing economic crisis.
Hopes to raise more taxes
Public administration circular to be issued shortly
Currency crisis has triggered forex shortages