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In 2015, 52 percent of Sri Lanka’s electricity was generated through fossil fuels. Indigenous fossil fuel resources are scare, so the fossil fuel used for electricity is imported, a significant part of Sri Lanka’s import expenditure.
The Sri Lanka Development Bonds (SLDBs) are a debt instrument denominated in US Dollars issued by the Government of Sri Lanka in terms of the Foreign Loans Act, No.29 of 1957
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The new government of Sri Lanka aspires to open new doors for the investment sector of Sri Lanka in taking the first step towards its flagship Megapolis project, by the formation of the separate ministry for this purpose.