Sri Lankan rupee plunges to record low on importer dollar demand

COLOMBO, June 14 (Reuters) - The Sri Lankan rupee touched a
fresh low on Thursday on dollar demand from importers, just days
after it slipped to a record low, but a late bout of selling of
the U.S. currency by exporters helped cut losses, dealers said.

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