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German-Chinese Bureau of Economic Research (GCB) | China’s Corporate Social Credit System

Congressional Research Service

Publication Date: 10/2019

Pages: 3

Categories: Macroeconomics

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“China’s construction of a nationwide ‘social credit system’ has been identified as a major concern by both the executive branch and some Members of Congress because of the broad controls such a system is likely to give the Chinese government over U.S. citizens and companies operating in China. Recent reports of Chinese officials invoking the social credit system to pressure U.S. firms to take positions that align with Beijing’s interests raise questions for Congress about how to respond to the potential threat the system may pose to U.S. commercial actors in China.”

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