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Sri Lanka gives public-sector workers extra day off to grow food

People and market stalls by the roadside.

Sri Lanka has approved a four-day work week for public sector workers as it struggles with its worst financial crisis in decades. Image: Unsplash/Eddy Billard

Uditha Jayasinghe
Author, Thomson Reuters
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A man waits inside a three-wheeler near a line to buy petrol from a fuel station, in Colombo, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankans have to queue up at petrol stations for hours. Image: REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

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