Sex workers face fundamental rights violations including unlawful detention and cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment
Sri Lanka rupee opens at 323.50/324.10 to the US dollar, bond yields stable
The market picked up slightly today on the news that we've been upgraded by S&P.
Sri Lanka’s rupee closed at 323.70/324.20 to the US dollar on Tuesday, down from the previous day's close, dealers sai...
These resources have the potential to yield significant value through the production of value-added goods.
Tax concessions for institutions providing health and education services to disabled children.
Sri Lanka must consider how it will navigate changing labour landscape; unions need to face different reality
Sri Lanka shares were picking up slightly in trading on Tuesday morning.
Sri Lanka’s rupee opened at 324.65/85 to the US dollar on Tuesday, dealers said.
Sri Lanka’s rupee closed at 324.75/90 to the US dollar on Monday. Bond yields were up.
Sri Lanka’s rupee opened at 324.75/325.25 to the US dollar on Wednesday
Sri Lanka has more than 1.6 million people with some kind of disabilities
Sri Lanka‘s shares edged down in mid day trade on Monday, Colombo Stock Exchange data showed.
Sri Lanka is struggling to raise its tax revenue amid money laundering activities
Sri Lanka’s rupee closed at 323.25/75 to the US dollar on Thursday
The main All Share Price Index was down 0.69 percent or 79.34 points to 11,386.73.
Colombo Stock Exchange said it plans to allow regulated short selling of stocks subject to some rules.
Sri Lanka’s rupee closed at 321.75/322.00 to the US dollar Friday, from Thursday's close at 322.40/50 to the US dollar...
All Share Price Index was up 0.13 percent or 15.28 points to 11,368.93
Government began issuing soft liquor licenses to promote tourism
"There cannot be another economic crisis from removing restrictions. A country cannot go on with import controls.”
Sri Lanka should promote domestic grape cultivation
“So we have to get out. We have to move out of this cycle. We have to think anew,” he said.
“At the moment it is making losses and cannot even pay the electricity bill.”
Minister Yoshimasa arrived in Sri Lanka on July 28th for a two-day official visit.
When you focus more on accountability, it could be harmful for reconciliation - Minister