Mekong Posted July 12, 2022 Report Share Posted July 12, 2022 Authorities in China's Henan province say they will start releasing money to customers who have had their funds frozen by several rural banks. The announcement came just a day after a rare protest in Henan's capital, Zhengzhou, turned violent. Payments will be made in batches from this Friday, local regulators say. The four banks that were the focus of the protests are believed to have frozen a total of 39bn yuan ($5.8bn; £4.9bn) of deposits. Full Story Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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