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Court blacklist derails debt defaulters

By Cao Yin | China Daily | Updated: 2016-11-02 06:50

The government is strengthening measures designed to make life difficult for debtors and people in contempt of court and encourage them to abide by verdicts. Cao Yin reports.

On Oct 8, her first working day after the National Day holiday, Liang Wenjuan, from Chifeng, a city in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region, found herself stranded in Jiuzhaigou, Sichuan province.

The entertainment manager had attempted to buy a plane ticket, but her credit card was rejected because Hongshan District People's Court in the autonomous region had added Liang to its online blacklist of defaulters, which meant she was subject to a range of restrictions, including a ban on buying rail or plane tickets.

Court blacklist derails debt defaulters

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