The Sri Lankan Economic Crisis

Once a country known for its tourism, Sri Lanka is now spiralling through a food and forex crisis, aggravated by a long-running economic crisis. But is the Chinese debt to be blamed, or Sri Lanka itself?

By Anunita Jena

Photo: Reuters

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in food and medicine shortages in Sri Lanka, a country which was already dealing with an economic crisis. People have been queuing…

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