Agriculture in Sri Lanka - Development Issues

Development Issues

According to the World Bank:

  • Weaknesses in strategy and policy
  • Heavy public sector regulatory interventions in commodity and input/factor markets
  • Weak delivery of services in rural areas
  • Destructive impact of civil conflict and tsunami

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