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SRI Lanka’s parliament has cancelled its remaining meetings for the week to save fuel, officials said today, with a disastrous economic crisis rapidly depleting the island nation’s already scarce petrol supplies.
A critical shortage of foreign currency has left importers unable to finance purchases of food, oil and medicines while runaway inflation and regular blackouts have made life a misery for the country’s 22 million people.