The city of Shanghai has established a fund specifically to support projects related to constructing their social credit system. The fund will focus on the construction, information dissemination, development, and optimization of the system.
A new CAC report announces blacklist measures for companies and individuals that violate cyberspace regulations.
The Shenzhen government recently announced that enterprises and individuals violating rental bike regulations will be included on an ‘untrustworthy list’ (失信名单).
The Wenzhou Bureau of Science and Technology (市科技局) will implement a grading and blacklisting system to clamp down on scientific research fraud.
Hohhot City government recently announced plans to implement a platform named “Xinguanjia” (信管家). This platform will match potential employers with the personal credit information of domestic service personnel for 7 categories of domestic service.
The Hunan Provincial Government recently released guidelines for effectively implementing a key component of the social credit system, the double random – publication inspections (双随机，一公开).
Zhengzhou unveils draft policy outlining environmental protection blacklisting scheme for industrial production and construction industries.
The social credit system is set to play a large role in Qinghai’s drive to stimulate innovation and entrepreneurship in the province.
Social credit gets a passing mention in the State Council’s plans to upgrade market supervision in the road freight industry.