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Sri Lanka tourism industry begins to recover after attacks, election is next hurdle

Reuters Friday, 9 August 2019
Sri Lanka's tourism industry, badly hurt by Easter day bombings, is showing signs of gradual recovery, industry executives say, although a national election later this year is likely to weigh on holiday season arrivals.
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