Sri Lanka’s cash strapped government plans to fill up the coffers with higher taxes, but has scrapped plans for privatisation, according the budget estimates for 2005

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Sri Lanka’s cash strapped government plans to fill up the coffers with higher taxes, but has scrapped plans for privatisation, according the budget estimates for 2005 released on Thursday Sri Lanka’s cash strapped government plans to fill up the coffers with higher taxes, but has scrapped plans for privatisation, according the budget estimates for 2005 released on Thursday The government hopes to raise Rs. 386 bn next year, while revenue estimates for 2004 have been down to Rs. 336 bn from original Rs. 365 bn.

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