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Vice President Zhou Min attendsthe signing ceremony of credit information sharing agreement betweenNationalPublic Credit Information Center and PinshangE-commerce Company
Source:Department of Public Technical Service   Date:2018-06-07

On the morning of May 30, Zhou Min,Vice President of State Information Center and also President of NationalPublic Credit Information Center, attended the signing ceremony of credit information sharing between NationalPublic Credit Information Center and the e-commerce company Pinshang. The two parties will establishin-depthcooperation on data sharing to elevate the datacoverageand quality. Chen Hongwan,Director General of the Department of Fiscal and Financial Affairs of the NDRC, Zhang Fushou, DeputyDirector General of the Development and Reform Commission of Fujian Province,Lv Gang,Deputy Mayor of Quanzhou city as well as Lin Hongnan, President of Pinshang E-commerce Co.,Ltd. were also present at the ceremony.

 

NationalPublic Credit Information Center signed the information sharing agreement with Pinshang E-commerce Company in Quanzhou, Fujian Province.Picturestaken from the signing scene.

 

In recent years, the NDRC has worked together with member departments of theInter-ministerial Joint Meeting in enhancing credit-related work, making major breakthroughs in constructing national credit information sharing platform, building “Credit China” website, standardizing social credit code and integratingreward and punishment mechanisms. The total number of collected information on the national credit information sharing platform isover 16.7 billion pieces. They connect44 central ministries and all the provinces and municipalities across the country. Currently, NationalPublic Credit Information Center has signed MOUs on credit information sharing with a total of 65 market entities, including financial institutions, majorstate-owned enterprises, top 100 internet companies, renowned big data corporations etc. The effective integrationof credit information from the public sector and the private sector will promote the cooperation and sharing between the government and the market, providing a powerful joint force in the construction of social credit system.