Inflation ( CCPI)1.7% (June 2024)
GDP5.3% (1Q 2024)
Unemployment4.3% (4Q 2023)
3M T-Bill Rate9.55%
12M T-Bill Rate10.07%
2Y T-Bond Rate10.55%/ 10.65%
4Y T-Bond Rate11.80% / 11.85%
Reserves $5.6Bn (June 2024)
Cum. Trade Deficit $2,180 Mn (May 2024 cumulative)
Cum. Fiscal DeficitLKR 361Bn (April 2024)

Sri Lanka performance in UL safety Index during 2002-2019

Global IndexesOct 19, 2019
Sri Lanka performance in UL safety Index during 2002-2019
The Index based on the following model of safety dimensions; Incidents of injury, disability and death (lack of safety) are a function of the interaction of people and hazards, amplified or mitigated by socioeconomic forces, protective frameworks, safety interventions and behavior. Intentional injury (crime, terrorism, war and suicide) are not included in the UL Safety Index. Scores on the Index range from 0 to 100, with 100 being the highest safety rating. Norway scored a 92, the highest, and Somalia scored a 19 inn 2019. Sri Lanka highest score was 67 in 2010 and country down to 61 in 2019.


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