BBVA Research | April 6, 2015 | Nowadays it is normal to receive immediately an e-mail sent from the other side of the world. Yet it still takes more than two days to transfer funds, even without being a cross-border transaction. The digital age demands an acceleration of payment processes.
BEIJING | By Wang Yong at Caixin | In China, the law on illegal fundraising keeps public deposits from fleeing their arranged marriage with state-owned banks, stifling fresh ideas in finance.
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