Chinese visitors walk past a sign for China UnionPay outside a pawnshop in Macau. Curbs on taking out cash in the former Portuguese enclave mark the latest move to curb the flow of money out of the mainland. Photo: Reuters Chinese visitors walk past a sign for China UnionPay outside a pawnshop in Macau. Curbs on taking out cash in the former Portuguese enclave mark the latest move to curb the flow of money out of the mainland. Photo: Reuters
Chinese visitors walk past a sign for China UnionPay outside a pawnshop in Macau. Curbs on taking out cash in the former Portuguese enclave mark the latest move to curb the flow of money out of the mainland. Photo: Reuters

What China has done to stop massive amounts of cash from fleeing the country

Series of moves taken by the authorities in recent months to control flow of capital overseas as nation’s currency weakens against the dollar

Topic |   China economy
Chinese visitors walk past a sign for China UnionPay outside a pawnshop in Macau. Curbs on taking out cash in the former Portuguese enclave mark the latest move to curb the flow of money out of the mainland. Photo: Reuters Chinese visitors walk past a sign for China UnionPay outside a pawnshop in Macau. Curbs on taking out cash in the former Portuguese enclave mark the latest move to curb the flow of money out of the mainland. Photo: Reuters
Chinese visitors walk past a sign for China UnionPay outside a pawnshop in Macau. Curbs on taking out cash in the former Portuguese enclave mark the latest move to curb the flow of money out of the mainland. Photo: Reuters
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