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Censor-resistant money, censored.
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US company gains toehold in Chinese payments market despite trade war
Payments group says it will continue to focus on its existing business priorities
Payments company did not attend meeting for participants in mooted digital currency
US group acquires 70% of Gopay, beating Visa and Mastercard to market
Regulator says payments group breached rules by cross-selling to customers in the UK