March 17, 2021

China's New Digital Currency Is Easy to Use but You'll Be Watched

By Yaya J. Fanusie

Yaya Fanusie comments on the growing usage of digital currency in China and the implications for personal data and international businesses.

Watch the full video from The Wall Street Journal.

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