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Currently, around a third of payments between China and the Asia Pacific region are conducted using renminbi.

There are some newer technology platforms which have started providing Global payment services.

Earthport in UK and Ripple Labs are two such examples.

China’s Cross-border Inter-bank Payment System (CIPS) seeks to address many of the existing problems facing cross-border renminbi payments.

CIPS provides one-point entry by participants and a central location for clearing renminbi payments It allows participation by both onshore and offshore banks and provides direct access to China National Advanced Payment System (CNAPS).

This study develops a – Perceived Derived Attributes (PDA) - model, based on the inclusion of perceived control from the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) with the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), in order to investigate the effects of OCRs on customers’ purchasing intention.

A total of 489 responses to a survey were collected from users of

Payment messages sent within CIPS are written in both English and Chinese.

This eliminates the necessity of translating messages into Chinese before they can be transmitted to CNAPS.

Cross-border payments are currently made via a patchwork of clearing hubs and correspondent banks.

These payments are hindered by complicated routing procedures, the need to maintain multiple foreign correspondent accounts, liquidity shortages in some offshore RMB centers, different hours of operations between clearing centers, a lack of common standards between international and Chinese domestic payment systems, and China’s capital controls.

CIPS is a real time gross settlement system, meaning that banks settle payments immediately between each other on a gross rather than a net basis.