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CBIRC to Strengthen Coordination of Financial Regulations across Jing-Jin-Ji Region

The China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) has flagged efforts to improve coordination of financial regulation for the Jing-Jin-Ji region encompassing...

Tianjin Successfully Tests Driverless Vehicle on Tanglang Highway

The Tianjin municipal government says that it has conducted successful testing of a locally developed driverless vehicle on a stretch of freeway within the...

China Expands Free Trade Pilot Zone Reforms in Fujian, Guangdong, Tianjin

The Chinese central government has unveiled plans to deepen reforms in three of the countries key free trade pilot zones. On 24 May the State...

Tianjin Government Company Defaults on USD$79mn in Trust Loans

A state-owned real estate company in Tianjin municipality has defaulted on two trust loans with a total value of 500 million yuan (USD$78.69 million),...

Shanghai, Tianjin Top China’s Latest Minimum Wage List

A new list of Chinese cities ranked on the basis of minimum wage levels indicates that Shanghai and Tianjin provide the highest remuneration floor...

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PBOC Calls for Stricter Regulation of China’s Wholesale Finance Markets

A senior official from the Chinese central bank has highlighted the need for greater regulation of wholesale transactions on China's financial markets....

Chinese Central Bank Calls for Exploring Digital Renminbi’s Cross-border Payments Potential in Greater Bay Area

A senior official from the People's Bank of China (PBOC) who is also a delegate to the National People's Congress (NPC) has...

Chinese Finance Will Focus on Tech Innovation, Green Development, Small Business in 2021: Li Keqiang

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has highlighted key focal areas for finance policy during the 2021 Government Work report delivered at the opening...

Does China’s Digital Renminbi Pose “Biggest Risk” to Bitcoin Market?

Despite barring domestic Bitcoin trading over three years ago, analysts say China could still have an adverse effect on the global market...