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Commercial Bank promotes education loans at EDEX 2017


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The education loans offered by the Commercial Bank of Ceylon for the pursuit of higher education or professional education in Sri Lanka or overseas generated much interest at the EDEX 2017 exhibition held in Colombo recently. The bank’s stall drew large numbers of interested visitors seeking information, and it also offered visitors the facility of applying for loans to pay course fees or examination fees at the stall. Commercial Bank also participated in the EDEX 2017 exhibition at the Kandy City Centre on 27 and 28 January. Seen here is the bank’s stall at the EDEX 2017 exhibition in Colombo.

 


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