Tourism is the third largest revenue earner for Sri Lanka, accounting for US$ 3.5 billion in 2016. With the rise of informal accommodation, there have been both challenges and opportunities in the industry. This blog argues
Sri Lanka’s Budget 2018 has proposed to allocate Rs. 50 million to establish a center dedicated to training teachers in the English Language. Highly qualified teachers in all classrooms are necessary for implementing
This blog gives a comprehensive analysis of the macroeconomic proposals of Sri Lanka’s Budget 2018.
According to a study by IPS on 'Women-owned and Led Micro, Small Medium Enterprises (WMSMEs) in Spice and Coir Sectors of Sri Lanka', it was found that more than half of the women surveyed, ranked ‘financial concerns’ as the