October 31, 2022

China’s CIPS and its Implications on U.S. Financial Dominance

By Emily Jin

Emily Jin, a Research Assistant for the Energy, Economics, and Security Program at the Center for a New American Security joins The China Project to discuss China’s efforts to create an alternative banking system and the implications of its impact on U.S. financial systems.

Watch the full interview from The China Project.

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