Liu Zunyi, former president of the Chinese University of Hong Kong: recommends that Shenzhen use blockchain technology to track large sums of money

According to China News Network, Liu Zunyi, former president of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and professor of economics, said in an interview that there is no conflict between the construction of the pioneering demonstration zone of socialism with Chinese characteristics and the development of Dawan District. Another attempt to develop. He made three suggestions for the development of Shenzhen: First, the city developed a free trade zone, the tariffs fell to zero, and the goods were transported from Shenzhen to the inland to set a checkpoint. Second, the tax rate of Qianhai was in line with Hong Kong to attract talents; Third, to realize the liberalization of funds in and out of the Chinese mainland through Shenzhen, capital may be required to stay in Shenzhen for one year and use blockchain technology to track large amounts of funds.