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China tests ATMs converting digital yuan to cash

    China tests ATMs converting digital yuan to cash

A new test of the digital yuan that China ran recently included ATMs capable of converting digital yuan to cash and vice versa. According to The Block, the test took

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China’s digital yuan project continues with the pilot of a wallet card

    China’s digital yuan project continues with the pilot of a wallet card

The People’s Bank of China has approved a pilot of a physical wallet card in digital yuan, reports news.Bitcoin.com, citing Tencent News. According to the source, the pilot is taking

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Losses of Chinese air carriers are estimated at 14.3 billion dollars

    Losses of Chinese air carriers are estimated at 14.3 billion dollars

Experts have estimated that by May this year, Chinese civil air transportation will have lost about 100 billion yuan due to coronavirus, which has had a very negative impact on

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Coronavirus worsens the forecast for 2020

    Coronavirus worsens the forecast for 2020

Coronavirus is spreading, forcing analysts and experts to change forecasts about the development of the economy and future trends. Declaring an emergency, the World Health Organization did not recommend restricting

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A gift to all investors for the 20th anniversary of Chinese Hong Kong

  A gift to all investors for the 20th anniversary of Chinese Hong Kong

The Wall Street Journal published the information about the launch of the Bond Connect project. The project was expected by

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China’s stock market is increasing, following the commodity papers. Hong Kong is growing

  China’s stock market is increasing, following the commodity papers. Hong Kong is growing

China’s stock market has grown by more than 1 percent on the results of the session on Monday. The market

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The stock markets of China and Hong Kong have ended the session ”in the red”

  The stock markets of China and Hong Kong have ended the session ”in the red”

The Chinese stock market has dropped as a result of Wednesday, following the securities of the commodity sector. Due to

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