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Sri lanka News – Sri Lanka’s Foreign Employment Minister Manusha Nanayakkara has issued a circular allowing migrant workers to import an electric vehicle in an attempt to incentivise remitting money through formal channels.

Nanayakkara tweeted on Wednesday August 31 that money transmitted from May to December 2022 is eligible for the incentive scheme and will apply to both four-wheeled and two-wheeled vehicles.

On August 01,  Sri Lanka’s cabinet of ministers approved a proposal by the minister to provide an additional duty concession and electric vehicle import allowance to migrant workers based on the amount they remit to the country through official channels.

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(Colombo/Aug31/2022)

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