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Pantries run out of vital turmeric in Sri Lanka as gov't turns protectionist

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Colombo, Nov 26 (EFE/EPA).- Samantha Karunathilaka's curry no longer carries the right hue or the home-cooked aroma since her stock of turmeric ran out, as this essential spice for Sri Lankan households has practically disappeared from the markets due to the government's protectionist policies. (Camera: CHAMILA KARUNARATHNE)SHOT LIST: TURMERIC SALES IN COLOMBO, SRI LANKA.

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