ECONOMYNEXT – The International Monetary Fund’s executive board is due to discuss a staff report on Sri Lanka’s economy following annual discussions on February 25.
Sri Lanka’s Finance Minister Basil Rajapaksa will also update the cabinet of minister on the report next week, Trade Minister Bandula Gunewardena told reporters.
The Sri Lanka staff report comes after annual ‘Article IV’ consultation held recently.
The IMF report comes after a two year gap, due to the failure to conduct the consultation during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Article IV report contains and analysis of economy and debt and monetary conditions.