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‘Central Banking Challenges and Prospect’ book launch


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Dr. W.A. Wijewardena launched his new book titled ‘Central Banking Challenges and Prospect’ at Movenpick Hotel. The book contains 20 articles which Dr. Wijewardena has authored over a decade including to the Daily FT. The occasion was graced by chief guest Senior Minister Dr. Sarath Amunugama and Central Bank Governor Dr. Indrajit Coomaraswamy who was the guest of honour. The book was introduced to the audience by Iowa University’s Adjunct Professor Dr. H.N. Thenuwara       

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