Amana Bank and Bata offer discounts for children's savings account holders
Daily Mirror - Sri Lanka|April 21, 2021
Towards enhancing its children’s savings offering with value additions, Amãna Bank has tied up with Bata Sri Lanka to offer a 15 percent discount for the bank’s children’s savings account holders to purchase the ‘B.first’ brand of shoes, coinciding with the reopening of schools, which were closed for over five months, owing to the pandemic.

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