LKI’s Michael Iveson explains the International Monetary Fund's New Extended Fund Facility arrangement and summarises the major structural reforms required to restore long-term macroeconomic stability in Sri Lanka.
Dr. Naazima Kamardeen and Dr. Dinusha Panditaratne examine Sri Lanka’s experience with foreign investment litigation in international tribunals.
The LKI report ‘’Port City SEZ – A Catalyst for Modern Services in Sri Lanka” explores Sri Lanka’s position as a modern services hub, global and local scenarios that might shape the evolution of Port City and insights from advanced, services-based and established SEZs for developing Sri Lanka’s policy regime for Port City.
With China increasing its soft power and foreign aid during the COVID-19 pandemic, Sri Lanka’s experience of BRI projects provides useful lessons for others. See this recently published Chatham House paper on Chinese Investment and the BRI in Sri Lanka.