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The Republic of China and Bank of China: Keeping Pace with History (1912)  
 
Bank of China as the Central Bank of Nanjing Provisional Government and the Northern Warlord Government (1912 - 1928)  
 
Bank of China's Resistance to Yuan Shikai Government's Decree on Cease of Bank Note Redemption (1916)  
 
Ten Years' Endeavor to Solve the Beijing Banknote Issue (1916 -1923)  
 
Regulations Dispute:The contest for the leadership of Bank of China (1917)  
 
Cash Pooling by Wuhan Nationalist Government Causing Heavy Losses to Bank of China Hankou Branch (1927)  
 
An Important Turning Point for Bank of China - Restructured as an International Exchange Bank (1928)  
 
Bank of China Building at the Bund Rivaling Foreign Banks (1930 - 1937)  
 
A Credit Bureau Founded by Bank of China (1932)  
 
Expansion of Foreign Exchange Business via Bank of China Overseas Branches (1929 - 1936)  
 
Support for Domestic Production with Expanded Size and Reformed Structure of Loans (1929 - 1936)  
 
China Insurance Company Established to Propel the Insurance Business (1931)  
 
Unrest of Government Bonds Appeased and Rectified (1932)  
 
Effort Against Silver Outflow During the World Silver Market Fluctuation (1933 - 1935)  
 
The Choice for Silver Dollar in the Currency Reform (1932 - 1933)  
 
Bank of China Forced into Restructuring due to Financial Monopoly of the Nationalist Government (1935)  
 
A Four-Bank Joint Office Established by the Nanjing Government (1939)  
 
Cash and Note Transferred to Finance Anti-Japanese War (1938 - 1942)  
 
Unremitting Effort to Stabilize Shanghai Foreign Exchange Market (1939 - 1941)  
 
Persistent Monetary Fight Against Financial Invasion by Japanese Puppet Regime (1939 - 1943)  
 
Effort on Overseas Remittance to Support the Fight Against Japan (1939 - 1945)  
 
"One Hundred Yuan for A Grain" - Grave Impact of Galloping Inflation (1946 - 1949)  
 
Bank of China Fought againt the Foreign Exchange Transfer Order of Nanjing Government but Failed(1947 - 1948)  
 
Smooth Takeover of Bank of China amid Employee Celebration of Liberation (1949)  
 
Bank of China as a Specialized Foreign Exchange Bank (1949 - 1952)  
 
Financial Prices Stabilized for Recovery of the National Economy (1949 - 1950)  
 
Anti-Blockade, Embargo and Freeze Campaign for Foreign Trade Progress (1950 - 1952)  
 
Foreign Exchange Funds Utilized to Support Oceangoing Transportation Fleets (1964 - 1976)  
 
RMB Denominated Settlement Attempted to Maintain Foreign Exchange Value (1968 - 1976)  
 
Punctual Delivery of Ten Research Topics Assigned by Vice Premier Chen Yun (1973)  
 
China's Credit Card Pioneer in Response to the Economic Reform (1978)  
 
Establishment of State Administration of Foreign Exchange as System Reform of Bank of China (1979 - 1980)  
 
Foreign Exchange Certificates Issued under Improved Forex Administration (1979 - 1989)  
 
Sino-U.S. Asset Freeze Issue Solved for Bilateral Financial Cooperation (1979)  
 
More Foreign Investment Utilized to Issue International Bonds (1979 - 1992)  
 
Resumption of China's Lawful Seats in International Financial Organizations (1979 - 1980)  
 
Bank of China Authorized to Issue HKD and MOP (1987 - 1992)  
 
Establishment of Bank of China Limited with the Joint Stock Reform (2004)  
 
Century-Old Olympics, Century-Old Bank of China  
 
Bank of China Was Successfully Listed in Hong Kong and Opened a New Chapter in Its One-Hundred-Year History (2006)  
 


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