Sri Lankan government decides to set up six currency exchange counters in the BIA departure walkway
The Cabinet of Ministers in Sri Lanka has decided that six currency exchange counters will be set up in the departure walkway of Sri Lanka’s Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA).
The proposal was made by Sri Lanka’s Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation Nimal Siripala de Silva.
The proposal called for bids from the financial institutions approved by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka to increase the currency exchange counters in the Departure Walkway at Bandaranaike International Airport up to six and to conduct such services uninterruptedly from the year 2019 for the convenience of the finance and foreign exchange activities of the tourists who use the Bandaranaike International Airport in Katunayake.
The Sri Lankan government is engaged in an aggressive development agenda and is continuously improving the ease of doing business environment in the country. The latest decision to set up a six currency exchange counters in the BIA departure walkway is another aspect that would improve Sri Lanka’s image as a business destination.
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