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Is offline functionality worth the effort? and more

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Is offline functionality worth the effort? 
By Katerina Liu
As many central banks undertake initiatives to implement digital currencies and new payments systems, many are looking to include offline functionality as a key feature. According to a survey conducted by the Bank for International Settlements Innovation Hub Nordic Centre, 98% of central banks consider offline payments for retail CBDC either vital or advantageous.

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China should hold the line on the renminbi-dollar exchange rate
By Mark Sobel
In view of tensions in global currency markets, China should avoid renminbi depreciation against the dollar.
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