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China Center Quick Note: Credit Where Credit is due -- China's Emerging Social Credit Scoring System

The Conference Board China Center introduced China’s nascent social credit system at the China CEO Council last June as an important development that could significantly affect consumer behavior. The idea first emerged in the public sphere in April 2014, but lay dormant for a year. Late last year, it became a topic in major global media channels. It now appears that the implementation of the social credit scoring system may have more commercial impacts than were initially apparent.

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