(Bloomberg) -- China, which aims to curb dependence on foreign technology, plans to require the registration of source code for information-technology products used by banks.
Suppliers currently need to provide intellectual property identification for software, the China Banking Regulatory Commission said in a statement dated yesterday. The commission is seeking feedback on the plans, it said, adding that the rules would be the same for local and foreign firms.
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