CBSL

AcronymDefinition
CBSLCentral Bank of Sri Lanka
CBSLCommunity-Based Service Learning
CBSLCarnival Band Secretaries League (est. 1936)
CBSLCapital Business Systems Limited (est. 1950; New Delhi, India)
CBSLCoordinated Baseline Status List
CBSLCorrected Blue Sensitivity Loss (ophthalmology)
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The outflows from Sri Lanka's bond markets could be a confluence of many factors, some being: global exodus from emerging markets, global trade wars, local political instability, reductions in interest rates by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL), failure of policy makers to market Sri Lanka as an attractive investment destination.
The delegation comprised a group of top officials from CBSL in addition to CEOs of Sri Lankan banks.
Indrajit Coomaraswami, Governor of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL), and his accompanying delegation at CBO head quarters on Sunday.
IFC, over the course of the project, will provide technical assistance to CBSL to develop the NFIS, via an extensive development process involving consultations with members of the public sector, private sector, civil society organizations, and academia.
A training session was conducted on the working and system of the Centralised Barber and Beauty Salon Licencing system (CBSL) for Secretaries DQCB and a brief detail was given about the Hepatitis and infection control programme.
Owned by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) and all Licensed Commercial Banks operating in Sri Lanka, the company boasts of multiple solution offerings not only for the banking sector but also across all industries that are ready and willing to adopt/integrate to the latest digital technologies driving Sri Lanka toward an efficient, green, and paperless nation.
Viewed holistically, one may therefore argue that the RBI, the SBP, and the CBSL have shown some commitment to stabilise inflation.
The Community-Based Service Learning (CBSL) mentors play the most vital role in the Club's success.
at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Tokyo and an Economist by profession working for the Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL).
The total value of new construction lies between 45%-60% of total Gross Domestic Fixed Capital Formation (GDFCF) and the construction industry is responsible for 5%-6% of employment in the economy (CBSL, 2001-2006).
According to the Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL), the country's economy has experienced exponential growth since the prolonged war finally ended.
Seylan Bank now exceeds the liquidity targets stipulated by the CBSL. These positive indicators have instilled an upsurge in confidence both among shareholders and depositors both locally and overseas.