The crisis in Sri Lanka

The crisis in Sri Lanka led to the collapse of the stock market.  Experts see up to 72% increase!

The crisis in Sri Lanka led to the collapse of the stock market. Experts see up to 72% increase! – Mail Bonus

NEW DELHI: Concerns over operations in Sri Lanka, which accounted for 17 percent of FY22 sales, have weighed heavily on shares of a recent debut. Although experts see that the case affects the profitability of the monopoly concession YUM! brands (in India and Sri Lanka) in the short term, they find solace in the fact …

The crisis in Sri Lanka led to the collapse of the stock market. Experts see up to 72% increase!

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"We are going to die": Food shortages increase Sri Lanka's difficulties

“We are going to die”: Food shortages increase Sri Lanka’s difficulties – Mail Bonus

The Prime Minister of Sri Lanka has warned of a food shortage as the island nation is facing a devastating economic crisis and has promised that the government will buy enough fertilizer for the next planting season to increase yields. A decision by President Gotabaya Rajapaksa in April last year to ban all chemical fertilizers …

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Sri Lanka has lost about 1 million taxpayers since the 2019 tax cuts, says Finance Minister Ali Sabry

Sri Lanka has lost about 1 million taxpayers since the 2019 tax cuts, says Finance Minister Ali Sabry – Mail Bonus

Sri Lanka has lost about 1 million taxpayers in the last two years after the Gotabaya Rajapaksa government announced large-scale tax cuts in 2019 in an effort to stimulate economic growth, Finance Minister Ali Sabry has revealed, as the island nation faces an unprecedented economic crisis. These tax cuts were announced in November 2019 in …

Sri Lanka has lost about 1 million taxpayers since the 2019 tax cuts, says Finance Minister Ali Sabry

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