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Chinese banks are not just a Chinese problem

By Simon Hradecky, created Wednesday, Feb 18, 2020 06:54:59The Chinese banking industry has been hit by the country’s financial crisis, and its commercial banks have struggled to keep up with the demand.

A new report from China Banking Regulatory Commission, which is headed by the finance minister, says the country is losing around 1.2 trillion yuan ($17.8 billion) in capital to the market over the past two years.

But the country still has the world’s largest banking sector, and a few major banks are now investing heavily in the sector.

In a report last month, the banking regulator said there were a total of around 2,000 commercial banks in the country, and that most of them were under pressure from China’s massive capital outflows.

But it said they were still a relatively small part of the banking system.

In the past decade, the country has become a major financial center for Beijing, and the banking sector is a key part of its overall economic development strategy.

However, the regulator warned that China’s economy was slowing and the country could see its financial sector shrink by as much as 2% this year.

The report also found that the average size of commercial banks has grown by over 100% since the end of the financial crisis.

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A new industry has emerged around using bitcoin to create online accounts for businesses.

In a move that could save businesses billions in costs, online banking firm CitiBank has introduced bitcoin payments as an option for customers who use the service.

The new bitcoin payment option comes as bitcoin prices have fallen sharply, making it a viable option for small businesses and consumers looking to buy goods online without using banks.

The move comes after the Reserve Bank of Australia introduced a range of measures to curb bitcoin use, including requiring bitcoin exchanges to obtain the approval of customers and limiting transactions in the virtual currency to $20,000 or less.

In addition to the new payment option, Citi said it would offer customers a free 30-day trial of bitcoin, which would include a range or products such as bitcoin wallet software.

“Citi has been committed to protecting Australian consumers, and this move reflects the company’s strong commitment to supporting our customers’ digital rights and freedoms,” a spokesperson for Citi told Business Insider.

The company said the trial will run from today until August.

“The trial will include bitcoin-based payment options for consumers, businesses and individuals, and the company will offer free bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash options for individuals who opt to receive the trial,” the spokesperson said.

Citi said the bitcoin payment process was designed to make it easier for small and medium sized businesses to offer digital services.

“This is a way for consumers to make small purchases that would otherwise be difficult or costly, and for businesses to make digital payments to individuals without the risk of losing their business,” the statement said.

Citi and the Reserve bank announced the move on Tuesday, saying it was aimed at protecting consumers from being hit with “unnecessary, unnecessary and unfair fees” and that the Reserve’s decision would “encourage all digital services providers to provide a more robust digital payment experience for all consumers”.

The Reserve Bank’s move follows a recent announcement by Australia’s financial regulator the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission that bitcoin transactions would not be subject to a $1,000 minimum transaction threshold.

The regulator also announced a new bitcoin-focused website and mobile app to help consumers access the digital currency.

“Citing the Reserve banks decision, we will be launching the new Citi bitcoin app in the coming days and will work closely with Citi to support digital currency payments,” a spokeswoman for Cites told Business Insights.