While the Chinese government is concerned about the uncertain impact of Facebook's blockchain-based Libra, the PBOC is preparing to roll out its own digital currency soon.
Proposed Libra currency would start with a huge platform but still face regulatory doubts and management questions
China’s 1.4 billion people are already top buyers of cars and smartphones, but they will have to start spending a lot more on services for the country to be No. 1
Arm says its latest chip architecture could be licensed to Huawei. China and U.S. exchange orbit data on each other’s Mars probes
Under a one-day PBOC-sponsored pilot program, Hong Kong residents were allowed to use the digital currency to make payments in neighboring Shenzhen
China issues its annual U.S. human rights report. Shanghai will provide Covid-19 vaccinations to foreign residents
Finance Gateway aims to improve the stability of domestic connections with the global financial messaging system
Lower information requirements for signing up to digital yuan can keep more data private, says PBOC’s digital currency chief
The case highlights how digital money is becoming a growing problem for law enforcement and financial regulators
China eases visa rules for foreigners who get Chinese vaccines. Huawei and four other companies are designated as threats to U.S. national security
Central banks’ power to issue virtual money and proscribe rivals is a major risk for the crypto sector
Humanity won’t be able to overcome the difficulties posed by the confluence of traditional and nontraditional security threats like the pandemic and climate change
Hong Kong hikes the stamp duty on stock trades for the first time since 1993. China dominates the global 5G market
The m-CBDC Bridge aims to facilitate real-time cross-border transactions
China mulls easing capital controls on citizens' offshore investments. Who will be the successor to a powerful businesswoman?
In today’s episode: what former central bank chief has to say on the nation’s plans to build its own digital currency payments system; Beijing increases rare earths output quotas to a record high, possibly easing fears of export ban; and the country's efforts to tackle chemicals and compounds in the water cycle that could potentially harm human health