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The Gupta appears in the October edition of OMFIF The Bulletin with an essay entitled "Promise of International Financial Reporting Currency" on page 17. The Silicon Valley Times featured a China paper about the second ITU Focus Group DFC met. Bejoy Das Gupta, Chief Economist, wrote an interview for LiveMint, which discusses the advantages of the Indian electronic money in the Indian world.
The RCBC ePiso, a digitised copy of the Filipino equivalent of the Filipino PoS, is in line with BSP's testing and learning methodology for the introduction of paper currencies. Officers from RCBC were present when RCBC leaders managed the process of creating a digitally secure investment. Dr David Wen, Chairman of the ITU Focus Group on Global ITU Focus on Global ITU Global, talks to YiCai Global about political issues related to a paper format paper format published by the Federal Reserve.
ITU-T Focus Group's first DFC event was in Beijing, organized at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and supported by ITU, People's Bank of China (PBOC) and the Fiat Currency Institute. The Viewpoint section of The Asset features an essay on the issuance of a Hong Kong Dollar authorised by the central bank and settled within the current payments system structure.
One of the webinars presented by the author will discuss the impact of a fiat currency on global economic governance. A Fintech Impulse section of the Hong Kong Economic Journal features the issue of a Hong Kong Dollar issue by the central bank and processed within the current payments system framework.
Both the Deccan Chronicle and the Asian Age published an essay discussing the safety of the technology used to reach a digitized India. The Hindu paper in The Hindu examines the merits of a binary fi t in India to deal with omnipresence, safety and monetization. When outlining the objectives for a Indian Domestic economy, the benefit and need for a centralised issuance of Domestic Austrian Credit Exchange becomes clearer.
India's Union 2017-18 budget continues to demonstrate commitment to its domestic agendas for a digitized India with a strong emphasis on a digitized business world. Mr Singh addresses the impact of the budgetary framework on policies and its pertinence for the Committee on D-Payments' recommendation for a paper electronic money in this Outlook brief.
This is a review by the Payment Committee of the Indian Ministry of Finance with advice on a paper electronic money as a way of promoting electronic payment. India's de-monetisation is triggering the transition to digitisation and is triggering discussion about a paper based paper format, as pointed out in Business Today.
Jonathan Dharmapalan, our CEO, is invited by CNBC India to react to the recommendations of the India Committee of Independent Auditors. Since Business World is celebrating its 35-year jubilee, this paper looks at what a non-cash India would look like in 2035. One of India's foremost publications, Financial Express, deals with the issue of a supreme democratic electronic money.