A recent article in Business Insider claims that there are a number of Chinese commercial banks in the US.
The article cites two sources who claim to have verified the claims, and that they are based on information from the official Chinese Commercial Bank website.
While there are certainly more than one source, it’s not clear which source Business Insider used.
According to Business Insider, the sources are both credible and well-respected.
One source claims to have a personal relationship with the director of China Commercial Bank, while the other claims to be an industry insider who knows the bank intimately.
But Business Insider also states that the report is “not an official announcement” from the bank, and claims that it “has not been independently verified.”
That’s because the bank has not yet released any statement, and it is not clear how reliable the information in the article is.
According the Business Insider article, the two sources claim that they both have access to a “top-secret” file, which is what Business Insider refers to as a “bulk material” file.
The file allegedly contains “an enormous amount of data.”
But Business Wire noted that it is unclear whether or not this is actually true.
While it’s true that there is a lot of information in this file, Business Wire also noted that there may be more than just this “big haul” of data in the file.
In addition, it is possible that there might be a whole lot more information contained in this massive file.
While Business Wire was able to verify the article’s claims, it also noted it’s possible that it’s a hoax.
The report also states the following: A person familiar with the matter confirmed to Business Wire that the bank’s official website does not list a commercial bank in the United States.
It is unclear how reliable this information is.
It’s possible the commercial bank has been removed from the US’s official list of commercial banks, but it’s also possible that the information was not actually accurate.
A number of other businesses, including Apple and Tesla, have filed complaints with the US Office of Special Counsel regarding claims that Chinese banks are trying to use them as conduits for fraudulent transactions.
Apple has said that Chinese commercial bank branches are “not approved by the Chinese government for business purposes” and Tesla has also reported that Chinese firms are using their credit ratings to help them set up transactions.
It remains to be seen if the Chinese Commercial Banks website is reliable and whether the company has a track record of reporting accurate information.
For now, the only way to ensure that your business is being treated fairly in China is to verify with the relevant bank.
Business Wire reached out to China Commercial Banks for comment, but did not receive a response in time for publication.