Sri Lanka Raises Rates for First Time Since 2012 to Buoy Rupee

  • Risks to macroeconomic stability continue, central bank says
  • Government seeking IMF program to keep borrowing costs low

Sri Lanka raised its benchmark rates for the first time in four years to support the rupee after it fell to a record low during the recent global sell-off.

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