Panel Discussion – The Corporate Social Credit System

  • Date
    23 October 2019 - 23 October 2019
  • Beijing Time
    6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Venue
    Yonghe Hangxing Science Park Innovation Park Building A Floor B1 Yonghe Hangxing Science Park, Hepingli East Rd., Dongcheng District, Beijing, China
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On October 23rd, the EU SME Centre is glad to invite you to a panel discussion unravelling the mysteries within the corporate social credit system organised by the Danish Chamber of Commerce – Beijing and ThinkChina.

China’s social credit system… Much has been said, and much has been criticized about this, to many, dystopian scenario of individuals being rated based on their everyday life activities. But the credit system will not just affect the citizens, also companies located in China, domestic and foreign, will receive a credit rating under the corporate social credit system.

The topic has been highlighted recently by the EU Chamber of Commerce’s report on China’s corporate social credit system called ‘The Digital Hand: How China’s Corporate Social Credit System Conditions Market Actors’, in which they emphasize that European companies needs to ramp up their preparations for the intensification of the system. Adam Dunnet from EUCCC will do a preliminary briefing on their findings. He will afterwards sit down with Casper Wichmann from Danish thinktank ThinkChina, and Liam Jazcii from EU SME Centre to discuss the potential complications the system can cause foreign companies in China, what immediate actions needs to be taken, and how the future environment looks like for foreign business’ in China.

About the panelists

Adam Dunnett has been Secretary General at the European Chamber in China for the last 6 years. His career has been focussed on trade & investment advocacy and association management. He possesses in-depth knowledge of China’s business environment.

Casper Wichmann works as coordinator for Danish think tank ThinkChina within University of Copenhagen. Casper has previously worked in the public and private sector, and is a frequent guest on Danish media commenting on China related affairs. He specializes in the Internet in China, digital platforms, tech and innovation.

Liam Jazcii is an advisor at the EU SME Centre. He has spent the past 6 years consulting European SME’s on market access, development and business strategies to China. Before joining the EU SME Centre two years ago, he worked at the Benelux Chamber of Commerce.

Moderator is the Danish Chamber’s own China hand Mads Vesterager Nielsen. General manger of the DCCC since 2017.


DCCC Member ticket – 100 RMB

Non-Member ticket – 200 RMB

(Ticket includes pizza and a drink)

Please click here to register.

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