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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » DAILY CHRONICLE™ » China refuses US$500 M. Loan to Sri Lanka

China refuses US$500 M. Loan to Sri Lanka

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1China refuses US$500 M. Loan to Sri Lanka Empty China refuses US$500 M. Loan to Sri Lanka Mon Mar 04, 2013 10:44 am

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CHINA REFUSES US$500 M. LOAN TO SRI LANKA
Daily Mirror

Will only give project loans, which are disbursed at high interest rates

China has refused a loan of US$500 million which was sought by the Sri Lankan Government to buy petroleum products and stressed that China will only approve project loans, informed sources said yesterday

A Finance Ministry official said the loan, which was requested for last year, had not materialised because China was only prepared to grant project loans, for which interest rates were relatively high. China was Sri Lanka’s biggest lender. The country had obtained US$3.1 billion in loans and export credit about 18 months ago. The government had obtained Chinese loans, at interest rates varying from 2.9 per cent to 8.25 per cent for major development projects such as the building of the Hambantota Port, the Mattala Airport, the Moragahakanda Irrigation Scheme and the Norochcholai Coal Power Plant. Meanwhile the country’s total debt burden has increased to Rs.6,610 billion with 52 per cent of it being from domestic borrowings.

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