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
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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
Former central bank chief explains the reasoning behind the country’s digital currency payments system
PBOC’s linkup with global payments network SWIFT involves cross-border data security, facilitating international transactions, sources say
Central bank punished 16 entities in the fourth quarter for refusing to accept paper money from customers
Shenzhen will hand out $3.1 million that can only be spent in the city in the days leading up to the Lunar New Year
UBS’s chief China economist predicts a global recovery will help push Chinese export growth to 10% next year
The world’s largest cryptocurrency gained as much as 9.8%, continuing to rally since a March crash saw it lose 25% amid the coronavirus pandemic
China’s top regulators plan to hold talks with Ant Group. Sina is one step closer to delisting from the Nasdaq exchange
China needs to improve the depth, breadth and liquidity of domestic financial markets if the yuan is to challenge the dollar, writes Gao Zhanjun