The oldest bank in China was founded in 1912, by the Government of the Republic of China and is now one of the big four state-owned commercial banks of the People's Republic of China. Up to date, they have multiple branches in major cities like Sydney, Singapore, Tokyo, Shanghai, Manila, Jakarta and are also equally successful in their European branches of London, Frankfurt and Milan.
Now it is almost impossible to dismiss the success of their expanding businesses and the effects of the impressionable, auspicious, red logo of the bank. The logo resembles a red ancient Chinese coin and is popularly believed to attract good fortune and to avert misfortune. This red logo can be clearly seen on every main building of the Bank of China.
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