Used cars turn into gold as the Sri Lankan economy slides to the edge

The economic crisis in Sri Lanka has been a big hit for used car dealers, and car shortages are pushing prices higher than homes in nice areas. Twenty-two million island nations are on the verge of bankruptcy, inflation is red, and the government has banned various “non-essential” imports to save the dollars needed to buy food, medicine and fuel. I am. In the car market, the two-year ban has moved factory-manufactured cars away from local roads, and desperate buyers are willing to pay the world’s best prices for beaten compact cars and plain family sedans. I was forced to do it.