News Non-Life09 May 2019

Sri Lanka:Travel insurance to drive tourism after bombings


Following the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka last month, tourism took a massive hit with estimated losses amounting to $1.5bn and a significant number of travel advisories issued against visiting the country. Seeking to attract tourists once again, tourism minister John Amaratunga said that the government is planning a travel insurance for tourists and will work out the quantum, reported local publication EconomyNext. He also said that the industry has suggested $100,000 to $150,000 of cover for the insurance which has already received cabinet approval.

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