Debt in Sri Lanka

concessional financing
Concessional Financing Is Not without Controversy – Report
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Published in the Sunday Observer Explicitly evaluating whether loans are concessional or adverse considering the combined consequence of the grant element and cost escalation on the tied element/unsolicited proposal would be advantageous for Sri Lanka.  By contrast, at present only...
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Government urged to take pragmatic view on debt management
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Published in The Island By Sanath Nanayakkare If Sri Lanka has the right policy mix to effectively carry on with its debt rollover and to maintain a surplus in its current account, the country can demonstrate that it has entered...
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Govt. should focus on reserve quality: Former CB Chief
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Published in DailyFT   Former Central Bank Governor Dr. Indrajit Coomaraswamy   Warns overreliance on swaps and inter-governmental financing could create more problems down the road  Acknowledges current challenges but says strategy needed to deal with debt for next five...
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Urgent need for multifaceted approach to counter gender-discriminatory labour laws
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Published in DailyFT The Advocata Institute’s panel discussion on “Gender discriminatory labour laws in Sri Lanka” took place at the Taj Samudra Longdon Room on 5 March. Panelists at the discussion were Minister of Justice M.U.M. Ali Sabry, Former Department...
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Economist urges need for credible fiscal roadmap
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Taken from DailyMirror Sri Lanka would need to demonstrate the return to a credible fiscal path, a transition the country would have to make before the next debt repayment that is due mid this year by shoring up government revenue,...
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