Financial and Monetary Systems

Why it's time to take central banks' digital currencies seriously

China began testing its central bank-issued digital currency in April Image: REUTERS/Jason Lee

Mohit Joshi

President, Infosys

Dixit Joshi

Group Treasurer, Deutsche Bank

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