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Correction of the external value of the rupee: Much more to be done to sustain its new value


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The official view: The problem is over now
Treasury Secretary Dr. P.B. Jayasundera is reported to have said at a media briefing last Thursday that Sri Lanka had had an external shock ballooning its trade deficit to nearly $ 10 billion in 2011, the resultant market imbalance has now been cleared at the new exchange ...


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