New guidelines outline the moral ideals for Chinese citizens in the Xi Jinping era, and paint a picture of model citizenship through the eyes of the Party.
The central government continues to leverage the social credit system to crack down on local governments that fail to make good on payments to private enterprises.
These newer measures are focused on the administrative end of implementation — how long blacklisting lasts, and how to apply for removal from a patent blacklist.
On October 15, the local governments of China’s four northeastern provinces are banding together in a cooperative agreement for the co-construction of a regional social credit system framework. Under the…
The revisions include measures to punish violations of bond issuance regulations.
Romance is alive and well: registrants must sign letters acknowledging understanding that violations of marriage law may result in blacklisting.
The committee will work to establish social credit standards for companies involved in power supply and generation, electrical power infrastructure and power market transactions.
China’s central government is stepping up its focus on Xinyidai 信易贷, a government-backed initiative to use social credit data to support loan financing for SMEs.
The launch provides one of the first channels through which non-Chinese-speakers can gain partial access to corporate social credit data.
In the run-up to the official release of Henan Province’s social credit policy, legislators are restricting the type of information that can be used as a basis for punishment under the local social credit system.