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PBOC’s Blockchain-driven Trade Finance Platform Processes over 90B Yuan in Transactions Since Launch

The Chinese central bank is touting the success of its blockchain-driven trade finance platform and its ability to help small-and-medium enterprises to...

China Construction Bank Unveils Upgraded Version of Blockchain-driven Trade Finance Platform

One of China's big state-owned banks has launched a raft of new functions for its blockchain-driven trade finance platform in the wake...

Standard Chartered China Completes First Trade Finance Deal Based on Loan Prime Rate

Standard Chartered China has just completed its first a trade financing deal based on the Chinese central bank's recently launched loan prime...

Hong Kong Monetary Authority Launches Blockchain-based Trade Finance Platform

A consortium of twelve banks including HSBC and Standard Chartered have teamed up with the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) to launch a new...

China Banking Association is Developing Blockchain-based Trade Finance Platform

The peak body for China's banking sector has unveiled plans to apply blockchain technology to factoring and other forms of trade financing. Huang Runzhong (黄润中),...

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Liu He Sheds Light on China’s Dual Circulation Development Strategy

One of China's senior-most economic policymakers has written an essay for the People's Daily that sheds light on the goals and priorities...

International Forecasters Upbeat on Chinese GDP Growth in 2020, 2021

Leading international forecasters anticipate comparatively robust growth for the Chinese economy in 2020 amidst the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.