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Central Bank to continue accepting defaced currency notes

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Considering the many requests made and the difficulties faced by the general public in exchanging willfully defaced currency notes after March 31, 2018, the Central Bank has decided to continue the service of exchange of such currency notes until further notice.


Accordingly, the general public is informed to submit such currency notes to the Central Bank head office or regional offices located at Anuradhapura, Matale, Matara, Trincomalee, Nuwara Eliya, Kilinochchi or send the same by registered post.

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