BEIJING, May 6- China will step up regulations on interbank bill business as risks connected with bills of exchange cannot be underestimated, the central bank said on Friday. The People's Bank of China said this in a statement jointly released with the China Banking Regulatory Commission. The statement comes after a series of alleged multi-million dollar bill... » Read More
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