China's digital yuan aims to halt 'dollarization,' boost retail payments, ex-central bank chief says

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By Frank Tang
South China Morning Post
Thursday, October 29, 2020

China's sovereign digital currency is designed primarily to grow retail payments at home and prevent the dominance of the U.S. dollar, rather than address threats raised by cryptocurrencies or stablecoins, a former central bank governor says.

Zhou Xiaochuan, who led the People's Bank of China from 2002-18, said China was working hard to establish its digital currency and electronic payment system, but its focus differed from the Group of 7 principles.

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"What they are concerned about is mainly to deal with the challenges raised by Libra, bitcoin, and similar digital encrypted currencies," Zhou said during a video conference on Tuesday at the Eurasia Forum, an event hosted by the Hungarian central bank. ...

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