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Creating an Index to Measure Perceived Economic Opportunity

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By Harsha de Silva, Ph.D.
Sri Lanka has achieved fast growth  with falling unemployment and poverty
There is visible change in post war Sri Lanka with new roads, high rise buildings, designer boutiques and fast cars. According to the Central Bank, economic growth has moved up to the eight per cent per annum region.

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