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Are you a court verdict defaulter? Beijing has plan to pin you down

By Xin Wen | China Daily | Updated: 2019-02-12 07:15

The Beijing High People's Court is setting up a cooperative mechanism with eight city departments to ferret out defaulters and pressure them to quickly comply with verdicts against them, the capital's top court official said.

As of the end of last year, a social credit blacklist in the capital had prevented defaulters from taking 386,000 flights and 430,000 high-speed rail trips, Kou Fang, acting president of the Beijing High People's Court, said in a report given during the recent annual session of the Beijing Municipal People's Congress. Defaulters are barred from high-end forms of travel to increase the pressure on them to comply with verdicts.

"What we want is to supervise defaulters' consumption and access to credit as a warning, to make sure each verdict is implemented efficiently," Kou said.

Are you a court verdict defaulter? Beijing has plan to pin you down

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