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When Sri Lanka entered a sudden lockdown, in response to the global COVID – 19 pan-demic, Saaraketha, Sri Lanka’s largest retailer and exporter of certified fresh organic pro-duce and ethically sourced sustainables, was one of the very first to respond to the over-night national need for delivered food.

Today Facebook is publishing the fifth edition of their Community Standards Enforcement Report, providing metrics on how well they enforced their policies from October 2019 through March 2020.

Mastercard has announced the appointment of Rajesh Mani as the new Country Manager for Sri Lanka & Maldives.

Sampath Bank continued to demonstrate its commitment to offer the best possible service to its customers across the Country by maintaining all essential banking services without interruption amidst curfew restrictions imposed during the COVID-19 lockdown.

People’s Bank has launched the Aswenna loan scheme, a unique product that is in line with the Government’s development programme to create a self-sufficient nation.

Thanks to customer donations, the Emirates Airline Foundation used a staggering 132 million Skywards Miles to positively impact the lives and livelihoods of more than 90,000 people, mainly children, living in some of the most impoverished communities worldwide.

The Commercial Bank of Ceylon, Sri Lanka’s largest payment card issuer, has announced a new partnership with Visa, the global payments technology leader, to launch CyberSource, a global payments management platform that will further expand the array of payment services available to any merchant looking for digital payment solutions.

Understanding the unprecedented challenges the country faces from COVID-19 and the impact on all citizens, Nations Trust Bank has launched a Special Deposit Account (SDA), in support of the national effort in managing this crisis.

Sarvodaya Development Finance (SDF), a licensed Finance Company approved by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, has come forward to assist in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lifebuoy is the first soap brand to confirm its liquid hand wash and alcohol-based hand sanitiser* are over 99.9% effective against COVID-19 Coronavirus1.