Sri Lankan central bank to spend $760,000 lobbying in US


The Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) will spend $760,000 over the next 12 months lobbying politicians and businesses in the US in an effort to generate favourable public policy and private sector investment.

It is concerned about "well-funded adverse publicity" being generated about the country by its diaspora, as well as "certain sections" of the local and international media.

As a result the central bank has turned to Liberty International Group, a company based in Florida, to improve the publ

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