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When it comes to CBDCs, we need public-private cooperation

What do we need to consider for Central Bank Digital Currencies to be implemented successfully? Image: Unsplash/Gilles Lambert

Sandra Waliczek

Blockchain and Digital Assets, World Economic Forum

Arushi Goel

Specialist, Data Policy and Blockchain, World Economic Forum, C4IR India

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