The World Bank reported that Sri Lanka is the only country in which exports have grown stronger than imports recently, while exports remained relatively flat throughout South Asia, as given in the third installment of the series, South Asia Economic Focus published last Sunday.
Sri Lanka and the World Bank last week signed two new agreements worth $150 million to improve climate resilience and agriculture productivity for small farmers and support priority infrastructure through public-private partnerships.
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