Sri Lanka may be on the cusp of change… “The people [have fundamentally recognised] that now is the time for us to forget what has distanced us, and look to what unites us… what is important about these protests is the environment - it’s not one of agitation or violence - it is one of constructive criticism.”

Speaking to BBC World News Dilmah CEO, Dilhan C. Fernando addressed the impact of the economic crisis on the export industry, the people’s protest, and the future of the Ceylon Tea industry.

Watch the full interview below. 



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