What Companies Need to Know about the New Chinese Corporate Social Credit System

With its diverse range of rating requirements, China’s Corporate Social Credit System will monitor companies’ behaviour and give scores accordingly. Failure to comply will expose EU companies to serious repercussions like sanctions or even blacklisting. With the System’s rollout set for 2020, the European Chamber released the comprehensive study “The Digital Hand: How China’s Corporate Social Credit System Conditions Market Actorsto address the gaps in public knowledge. Read the Report

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