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Fintech on Friday: China’s digital currency challenge

China has aggressively rolled out the e-CNY but the initiative has met with only partial success so far

Frederik Ducrozet, Pictet

China’s appeal as an investment destination dims but does not disappear

The world’s second biggest economy may have a questionable human rights record, slowing growth and a problematic relationship with the US, but it remains too important for investors to ignore

Charles Chang

The paperless potential of China’s digital currency

The digital RMB has the potential to stimulate both the Chinese and global economy, as well as benefitting the poorest in society

Ming-Jer Chen

Entrepreneurship in China: the rise of female billionaires

Most of the world’s richest women inherited their wealth, but of those who can be considered self-made, almost half hail from Greater China

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Hong Kong cries out for strong and honest leadership

The civil unrest going on in Hong Kong is nothing new, rather part of a long history of protest which has previously led to social reforms. But with a looming threat of Chinese intervention, the hope is that the territory’s leaders engage in dialogue with civil society to maintain the city’s advantages as a financial centre

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