COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lankan shares rose for the eight consecutive session yesterday to end at a more than a four-month high, as banking stocks continued to lead gains, while the rupee edged down on high dollar demand from i
Traditionally, one of the main indices by which tourism performance is assessed the world over is analysing the total tourist arrivals into a country. Historically, Sri Lanka also has been adopting this method. However, Sri Lanka seems to place too much of emphasis on arrivals, only to determine the ‘health’ of tourism in the country.
In addition, due to certain inherent country-specific issues related to gathering this source data and other oper