Sri Lankan fishermen haul a bucket of fish to shore. Millions of people are struggling in the country as the economic meltdown continues. Photo: Reuters
Sri Lankan fishermen haul a bucket of fish to shore. Millions of people are struggling in the country as the economic meltdown continues. Photo: Reuters
Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka, IMF have agreed on a way out of nation’s economic hell. But what will it mean for the people?

  • Experts say there are many challenges ahead as prices continue to rise, with millions already in dire straits and warnings of a humanitarian crisis
  • ‘It is unfair that we have to take the brunt of the government’s mistakes. They should pay for this, not us’

Sri Lankan fishermen haul a bucket of fish to shore. Millions of people are struggling in the country as the economic meltdown continues. Photo: Reuters
Sri Lankan fishermen haul a bucket of fish to shore. Millions of people are struggling in the country as the economic meltdown continues. Photo: Reuters
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