China’s society is going cashless. Now its central bank is pushing back
Publisher Fortune Magazine
Author Grady Mcgregor

China is fast becoming one of the most cashless societies in the world, fueled by the rise of dominant fintech platforms like Tencent’s WeChat Pay and Alibaba’s Alipay. But its reliance on digital tools for daily tasks only intensified during the pandemic, leaving behind tens of millions of people who lack the access or knowhow to navigate China’s Internet-based economy.

Excerpt What to do with cashless economics?
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Publish Date January 26, 2021
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