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China province orders new checks on big cash transactions after bank runs

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China has launched a pilot programme in the northern province of Hebei requiring the public to apply for approval if they plan to make large cash deposits or withdrawals at commercial banks. The regulation comes after a series of bank runs in the past year at debt-laden small lenders and as an unprecedented pandemic-related economic contraction starts to take a toll. From July 1, residents in the province will need to provide information about the source of deposits or the purpose of…

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China has launched a pilot programme in the northern province of Hebei requiring the public to apply for approval if they plan to make large cash deposits or withdrawals at commercial banks. The regulation comes after a series of bank runs in the past year at debt-laden small lenders and as an unprecedented pandemic-related economic contraction starts to take a toll. From July 1, residents in the province will need to provide information about the source of deposits or the purpose of…

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