"The government highly appreciates ADB's long-term commitment to supporting Sri Lanka's development. SMEs will be essential to recovery from COVID-19. The new loan from ADB will help the government's efforts of supporting SMEs in and after the COVID- 19 pandemic," Attygalle said. … [Read more...] about ADB, Sri Lanka sign loan agreement to support SMEs affected by COVID-19
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“The great thing from India’s perspective is that you’ve got three if not four very good players who could captain the team at any time. With him, he’ll bring a calm and measured approach with his nature.” Warner was seen playing aggressively at the back end of the IPL and he stressed that he won’t be changing his game. … [Read more...] about Australia opener David Warner reacts on India captain Virat Kohli’s paternity leave
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The outright rejection of globalisation and a retreat into autarky is neither practical nor desirable: who wants to be the next Myanmar or North Korea? As one wag has put it, opposing globalisation is like opposing the sun coming up every morning, and about as fruitful. Equally, though, who wants to be the next Iceland, Greece or Ireland? The notion that endless liberalisation, deregulation and relaxation of capital and all border controls (except labour) will assure perpetual self-sustaining growth and prosperity has proven to be delusional. The three Baltic nations that embarked on this course (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania) — to which, for good measure, they added the flat tax — all had double-digit negative growth in 2009. … [Read more...] about The dark side of globalisation