Inflation ( CCPI)35.3% (April 2023)
GDP-12.4% (4Q 2022)
Unemployment4.8% (4Q 2022)
3M T-Bill Rate25.60%
12M T-Bill Rate22.97%
2Y T-Bond Rate29.25%/ 30.00%
4Y T-Bond Rate27.25% / 27.35%
USD/LKR297/298
Reserves $2.75Bn (April 2023)
Cum. Trade Deficit $862Mn (March 2023)
Cum. Fiscal DeficitLKR 2,300 Bn (Dec 2022)

Availability of the desktop or laptop at home continue to fell for the second consecutive year in Sri Lanka

SocialJun 29, 2020
Availability of the desktop or laptop at home continue to fell for the second consecutive year in Sri Lanka
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The world is moving toward the digitalization, the success of responding to the impact of COVID on the day to day activities will depend on the level of technology a country used. In 2017, at least one computer (desktop or Laptop) was available in 23% of households in the country and it has fallen to 22% by 2019. The significant disparity can be seen between the western province and other provinces. Sri Lanka computer literacy stands at 30.8% at the end of 2019.

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