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Chinese University Graduates Had Average Monthly Income of USD$777.30 in 2019

Official data indicates that Chinese university graduates had an average monthly income of over 5400 yuan in 2019, for a rise of...

Chinese Blockchain Professionals See Advertised Salaries Drop 37% in 2019

Fintech recruiters in China dramatically reduced salaries offered to blockchain experts in 2019. The...

Tech Majors Dominate Top Salaries for Chinese Graduates, Demand for AI Professionals Intensifies

New data on the salaries of Chinese university graduates three years after completing their degrees indicates that those who majored in software,...

Bankers Boast Highest Average Salaries in China

A new report indicates that banking sector professionals enjoy the highest average salaries in China.

Over a Third of Shanghai, Beijing Workers Earn above USD$1485 a Month

A new report on urban incomes in China from tech giant Tencent indicates that Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen are home to the...

Average Annual Salary at China’s Big Four Banks Exceeds 260,000 Yuan

Average salaries at China's big four state-owned banks have surpassed the quarter million yuan threshold, yet levels of remuneration for senior executives...

Chinese Banks Raise Salaries in 2018, Big Six State-owned Lenders Shed 28,000 Staff

Chinese banks saw a rise in remuneration levels in 2018 in tandem with staff cuts on the back of greater fintech adoption....

Chinese Food Couriers Earned $1,140 a Month on Average in 2018

A new report indicates that food couriers in China are reaping comparatively lucrative salaries due to intense demand in major urban centres....

Communist Party Press Says Blockchain Professionals Enjoy Million Yuan Salaries

An article published by one of the Chinese Communist Party's official news outlets is selling the benefits of a career in the blockchain sector...

Over Half of Chinese College Grads Aspire to First-Tier Cities, 7116 Yuan Incomes

A new report indicates that the majority of China's upcoming crop of higher education graduates plan to move to one of the country's first-tier...

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Further Opening of Financial Sector Is Inevitable: Chinese Central Bank Chief

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Zhou Xiaochuan Denies that Belt and Road Is Debt-trap Diplomacy

The former governor of the Chinese central bank has addressed accusations that China's much vaunted Belt and Road Initiative perpetrates a form...

Shenzhen the Stage for Further Chinese Depository Receipt Reforms as China Drives Capital Market Internationalisation

The southern tech hub of Shenzhen is set for further trials of Chinese Depository Receipts (CDR) as part of broader reforms to...

Chinese Central Bank Says No Competitive Relationship Between Digital Renminbi and Alipay or WeChat Pay

The head of the People's Bank of China's (PBOC) Digital Currency Research Institute has provided more details on the potential impact of...