COLOMBO Dec 31 Sri Lanka central bank governor Arjuna Mahendran on Thursday said raising the key monetary policy rates will damage the island nation's economic growth as they are already high compared to inflation. Mahendran comments come a day ... Reuters UK, 1 month ago
Sri Lanka govt in informal consultation with IMF: CB Governor - Lanka Business Online, 1 month ago
Rate hike could hurt Sri Lanka's growth: CB Chief - DailyFT, 1 month ago
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Central Bank Governor Arjuna Mahendran said that they have not taken a decision to redirect dormant accounts to the Central Bank or the Treasury after a period of one year. He said that only 90% of the dormant accounts are being redirected to the ...Sri Lanka Daily News, 1 month ago Rs. 3.2b dormant funds in Banks CB The Nation.lk, 1 month ago
Central Bank Governor Arjuna Mahendran said the visit of prominent international investor George Soros to Sri Lanka next week will have a major positive impact on Foreign Direct Investments to Sri Lanka. Soros a prominent international supporter ...Sri Lanka Daily News, 1 month ago
Central Bank Governor Arjuna Mahendran yesterday confirmed an inflow of foreign exchange nearing $ 1 billion from Saudi Arabia in February to bolster reserves and shore up a troubled currency. The boost to reserves was a result of the Central Bank ...DailyFT, 1 month ago Entry of Paypal only after new Foreign Exchange Management Act: CB DailyFT, 4 days ago Central Bank to liberalise foreign exchange outflows ... Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 1 month ago
Main World Sri Lanka is in no dire need of emergency funding as the country's economy fared well in 2015 with reserves on a sound footing, Central Bank Governor Arjuna Mahendran said… Tags: #Central Bank#Sri Lanka World Home» News» ...MyInforms, 1 month ago No dire need of emergency funding in Lanka: Central Bank Press Trust of India, 1 month ago CB Chief says no dire need for emergency funding Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 1 month ago CB Chief says no dire need for emergency funding Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 1 month ago
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The Golden Key Depositors Association will seek recommendations from Central Bank Governor Arjuna Mahendran as well as the Monetary Board to conduct a proper investigation into the increasing of the salary of the Golden Key Credit Card Ltd (GKCCL) ...DailyFT, 1 month ago
By Paneetha Ameresekere Ceylon Finance Today: The three points that came off from the IMF's economic review of the country (see yesterday's Ceylon FT) are that they are satisfied with the Government of Sri Lanka (GoSL) exchange rate and interest ...Ceylon Today, 1 day ago SLUGGISH REMITTANCES CAUSE FOR CONCERN Ceylon Today, 1 month ago SL TO GO FOR $1.5B FACILITIES Ceylon Today, 1 month ago
Cap may be removed soon IImports will not increase similar to the past By Chandeepa Wettasinghe The loan-to-value (LTV) cap set on vehicle imports may be removed soon as its intended aim has been fulfilled, Central Bank Governor Arjuna Mahendran ...Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 3 days ago
Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) yesterday said it was perturbed by the recent moves of the Minister of Finance, encouraging inward remittances into Sri Lanka from investors (local, foreign and even mystery investors) on a no questions ...DailyFT, 4 days ago Invested in govt securities Ceylon Today, 1 month ago ICT/BPO fastest growing industry Ceylon Today, 1 month ago Investor interest in ailing finance cos. Ceylon Today, 1 month ago
Tea exporters write to Central Bank to expedite process By Shabiya Ali Ahlam The local tea industry will have to wait further to reap the benefits originating from Iranian banks reconnecting to the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial ...Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 5 days ago
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