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Bank of China is a wholly state-owned commercial bank, founded in 1912, with an extensive international network. It has played a significant role in developing China's foreign trade, promoting close cooperation with the international financial community and boosting China's economic growth and social progress. It has over 560 overseas offices in 25 countries and regions. In Hong Kong SAR and Macau SAR, it is one of the local note-issuing banks.

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