Shanghai residents starting to adapt to digital Renminbi

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    Shanghai is one of the digital renminbi pilot areas. From hospitals to shopping malls and Metro stations, some Shanghai residents are starting to get used to the digital Renminbi. CGTN’s Ying Junyi has more.

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