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Chinese regulator suspends 3 banks involved in US$2.7B illegal transactions

China's State Administration of Foreign Exchange suspended three banks from selling foreign currency for their involvement in US$2.7 billion worth of illegal foreign exchange transactions in Shanghai in 2016, Reuters reported Dec. 28, citing a statement from the foreign exchange regulator.

The regular did not name the banks but said it will step up its crackdown on illegal cross-border money transfers.