COLOMBO: Sri Lanka’s cabinet has approved a key electricity reforms bill that will help foster more private investment in power, the country’s cabinet spokesperson said on Tuesday.

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“This will result in unbundling the state-run power monopoly, create space for more private investment in power generation, transmission and distribution,” Cabinet spokesperson and Transport Minister Bandula Gunawardana said.


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