Jan. 20 (LBO) – Sri Lanka is likely to have stable interest rates for at least six months, a top bureaucrat who is central to the country’s fiscal and monetary policies said Friday. “We think the Sri Lankan economy is still on a growing path and that growth should at least in the first six month should stabilize the interest rates,” Treasury Secretary P B Jayasundera, who is also a member of the rate setting monetary board of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, said.
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