Sri Lanka has moved to the ‘Upper-Middle Income’ category from the ‘Lower-Middle Income’ under a revision to the Gross National Income (GNI) classification thresholds announced by the World Bank on Monday (July 1). According to the World Bank data, Sri Lanka’s GNI per capita has increased from USD 3,840 in 2017 to USD 4,060 in
Indian rupee, the Malaysian ringgit, the Singaporean dollar, and the Thai baht appreciated by 0.8%, 1.2%, 0.7%, and 1.7%, respectively – far below the LKR – while the Pakistani rupee, the Vietnamese dong, the Japanese yen, and the Bangladeshi taka depreciated by 1.3%, 0.7%, 3%, and 0.4%, respectively.
The value of Sri Lankan rupee suddenly very down between the season that in 2018 because political crises . it was 1$ =Rs 182. Now the situation has changed to smooth And last few month it is routating between 175-180 level . Also previousely the value show as 1 $= Rs 175 .