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India agrees for $400 million currency swap with Sri Lanka

DNA Friday, 24 July 2020 ()
The development comes as a relief to Sri Lanka amidst COVID-19 and will help in its post-pandemic economic recovery. A currency swap is a transaction in which two parties exchange principal and interest in different currencies.
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