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Sri Lanka Lifts margin deposit requirement on mobiles, home appliances, and over 600 other imported goods

The Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) removed the 100 percent cash margin deposit requirement imposed on 623 ‘non -essetial’/non urgent’ imported goods including mobiles, home appliances, clothing, household, and…

Outstanding foreign currency borrowings by Sri Lanka’s banks up for the first time in a year

The outstanding foreign currency borrowings of Sri Lanka’s banking sector rose for the first time in a year in the second quarter(2Q2021) in the line with the Central Bank of…

CBSL to Launch a New Mechanism to Monitor Foreign Exchange Operations through Banking Sector in 2022

The Central bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) is in the process of operationalizing an International Transactions Reporting System (ITRS) that will monitor both cross-border and foreign currency transactions in the…