Sri Lanka is the 65th largest economy in the world and ranks 43rd among emerging markets in terms of GDP. The Sri Lankan economy grew at a rate of 4% in 2017. A subsscription to EMIS provides access to a database of over 400 companies in Sri Lanka as well as a range of sector reports, macroeconomic data and news from 130 local and global sources.
Britain's economy and EU exports advance in February
PH Daily Inquirer | 2021-Apr-13
FOREIGN INVESTMENT MAY CONTRIBUTE TO POST-PANDEMIC RECOVERY
PNB - Polish News Bulletin | 2021-Apr-13
Foreign investments give Polish companies chance to get out of crisis faster
Poland AM | 2021-Apr-09
Real wages continue to lag inflation; informal private sector wages add gains
Daily Mirror | 2021-Apr-09
Lower interest rates add flywheel to Unit Trust industry as AUM gains
Daily Mirror | 2021-Apr-09
IMF slashes SL's 2021 economic growth forecast to 4%
Daily Mirror | 2021-Apr-12
Central Bank stays the course with monetary policy
Daily News | 2021-Apr-12
MMT, money printing and Keynes
Daily Financial Times | 2021-Apr-06
Inflation mutes in March
Daily News | 2021-Apr-01
Inflation rises to 4.1% in March
Daily Financial Times | 2021-Apr-02
Ensuring quality education and healthcare
The Financial Express | 2021-Apr-02
Hong Kong : CCPI based Inflation increased to 4.1 per cent in March 2021
Euclid - News | 2021-Apr-02
FEATURED INFORMATION SOURCES
EMIS provides a huge variety of information for Sri Lanka. Sources in our platform include:
Mira Inform Private Ltd
Lanka Securities (Pvt) Ltd.
Colombo Stock Exchange
GRDS Reports Ltd.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Euromonitor International Ltd.
EMIS provides a wide range of country data from a variety of sources.
Sri Lanka's banks have granted loans worth LKR 1.3 trillion in 2018, which is a record-high amount for the sector, the Daily Mirror reported. Growth of provided loans stood at 19.6% on an annual basis despite higher interest rates and non-performing ...11 Feb
Sri Lanka’s economic growth will reach 4.2% in 2019, Daily News reported referring to South Asia economist at Standard Chartered Global Research, Saurav Anand. The growth is expected to enhance to 4.5% in 2020.
The economist underlined that the ...25 Feb
State-run Oman Oil Company is interested in acquiring up to a 30% stake in a large oil refinery project in Sri Lanka, Oman Bulletin reported referring to the country’s oil and gas minister H.E Dr. Mohammed bin Hamad Al-Rumhi.
He underlined that ...01 Apr
Sri Lanka-based Pan Asia Banking Corporation saw its total operating income rise by 34% on an annual basis to LKR 8.93 billion for 2018, Daily News reported. Net interest income rose by 39% on the year to LKR 6.52 billion.
In 2018, the bank’s n...26 Feb