Everybody’s getting richer says the Central Bank

Absorbing thousands of unemployed graduates into the public service has joined the usual list of breadwinners like telecom, manufacturing and agriculture to expand Sri Lanka’s second quarter economy, the country’s Central Bank said Friday. Absorbing thousands of unemployed graduates into the public service has joined the usual list of breadwinners like telecom, manufacturing and agriculture to expand Sri Lanka’s second quarter economy, the country’s Central Bank said Friday.



Central Bank’s Deputy Governor W A Wijewardene in a thoughtful mood as his
director statistics Anila Dias Bandaranaike (R) waxes eloquently about the
economy. Sri Lanka’s economy grew 6 percent for the three months to June 30,
the fastest pace since policy reversals and weak fis

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