Protesters storm the office compound of Sri Lanka’s then-prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe in July demanding he resign amid the country’s economic crisis. Wickremesinghe is now president. Photo: AP
Protesters storm the office compound of Sri Lanka’s then-prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe in July demanding he resign amid the country’s economic crisis. Wickremesinghe is now president. Photo: AP
India

India spies a China-shaped hole to fill in Sri Lanka’s economic crisis

  • Sri Lanka’s foreign minister says India is ‘willing to invest as much as it takes’, with more than US$1 billion in projects currently under discussion
  • It could help New Delhi balance Beijing’s extensive infrastructure investments with a Sri Lankan port – and power projects – of its own

Protesters storm the office compound of Sri Lanka’s then-prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe in July demanding he resign amid the country’s economic crisis. Wickremesinghe is now president. Photo: AP
Protesters storm the office compound of Sri Lanka’s then-prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe in July demanding he resign amid the country’s economic crisis. Wickremesinghe is now president. Photo: AP
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