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