Libya to set up new bank for children
The Libyan bank of commerce and development will open a new bank for children in an attempt to help them learn how to deal with bank services.
The director of the bank, Jamal Abdulmalik, said the new bank is the first of its kind in Libya and it aims at promoting children’s understanding so that they can deal easily with bank services.
He said that a playground will be built beside the bank in addition to an internet café. The bank will offer gifts for enrolled children to encourage them engage in bank activities, press reports said. (menareport.com)
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