In accordance with the Opinions on Appropriately Restricting Certain Serious Disbelievers from Riding Trains to Promote the Construction of Social Credit System within a Certain Period (Development and Reform Finance  384) and the Opinions on Appropriately Restricting Certain Serious Disbelievers from Riding Civil Aircraft to Promote the Construction of Social Credit System within a Certain Period (Development and Reform Finance  385), the new additions this month are in line with the above two documents. Clear serious dishonesty restricts 519 serious dishonesty by train and 6 serious dishonesty by civil aircraft.
Among them, 513 people are provided by the Railway Headquarters Company, mainly involving administrative penalties in accordance with relevant laws and regulations, smoking on EMU trains or in non-smoking areas of other trains, disturbing the order of railway station and train transport, endangering railway safety, causing serious social adverse effects, no ticket riding, overtaking (seating) and refusing to make up tickets, etc. All train farewells will be restricted.
The Securities Regulatory Commission (SFC) provides six persons, mainly related to failing to fulfil the obligation of paying administrative fines and fines for securities and futures within the time limit. High-level seats on trains (including soft sleepers, all seats on G-shaped EMUs, more than first class seats on other EMUs) and civil aircraft will be restricted.
II. Announcement Information of Joint Disciplinary Objects for Breach of Credit in Key Areas
In view of the problem of dishonesty in key areas such as court enforcement, market supervision, tax collection and management, import and export, finance-related and safety production, relevant departments have strengthened the punishment, warning and governance of dishonesty in key areas by sharing publicized information on the list of targets of joint punishment for dishonesty and implementing joint punishment measures.
Breach of faith executed: 375,073 pieces of information were added this month, involving 317,383 subjects of breach of faith, including 41,624 legal persons and other organizations, 275,759 natural persons. This month, 172,884 subjects were discredited, including 30,408 legal persons and other organizations, and 142,476 natural persons. According to the Memorandum of Cooperation on Joint Disciplinary Measures for Breached Credit Executors (Development and Reform Finance  141), the relevant departments will impose restrictive subsidized funds and social security funds on the Breached Credit Executors, restrict the purchase of real estate and state-owned property transactions, restrict other non-life and work-necessary consumption behaviors such as taking airplanes, sleeping on trains, and restrict financing, etc. Quit measures.
Industrial and Commercial Revocation Enterprises: 8,241 new industrial and commercial revocation enterprises were added this month, and 17,163 were withdrawn from the public notice. According to the Memorandum on Cooperative Supervision and Joint Punishment and Cooperation of Credible Enterprises (Development and Reform Finance  2045), the relevant departments will impose punishment measures on the persons in charge of revoked enterprises, such as restricting their legal representation, directors, supervisors and senior managers of relevant enterprises within the legal time limit, and restricting their engagement in production and business activities of relevant industries.
Parties to major tax violation cases: 2,062 new major tax violation cases and 810 withdrawal cases were added this month. According to the Memorandum of Cooperation on Implementing Joint Punishment Measures for the Parties in Major Tax Illegal Cases (2016 Edition) (Development and Reform Finance  2798), the relevant departments will impose restrictions on the parties in major tax illegal cases to obtain land from the government, prohibit them from participating in government procurement activities according to law, restrict government financial support according to law, and restrict their exit.
Customs dishonest enterprises: 340 new customs dishonest enterprises were added this month, and 19 were withdrawn. According to the Memorandum of Cooperation on Implementing Joint Punishment for Customs Credit-Breaking Enterprises (Development and Reform Finance  427), the relevant departments will implement punishment measures such as restricting the participation of Customs Credit-Breaking Enterprises in government procurement activities within a certain period of time, restricting their participation in bidding and bidding, and suspending the examination and approval of scientific and technological projects related to Credit-Breaking Enterprises.
Financial blacklist: This month, 400 new blacklists were added, including 40 legal persons and other organizations, and 360 natural persons. According to the Memorandum of Cooperation on Joint Punishment for Serious Financial Disbelievers (No. 454 of Development and Reform Finance), the relevant departments will impose restrictions on the establishment of financing guarantee companies, non-bank payment institutions, online lending information intermediaries, the issuance of corporate bonds and public issuance of corporate bonds, and the acquisition of funds from inspection and testing certification institutions. Qualitative and restrictive disciplinary measures such as obtaining certificates.
Blacklist of Safety Production: This month, 90 new safety production blacklist enterprises were added and 33 were withdrawn. According to the Memorandum of Cooperation on Joint Punishment of Dishonest Production and Business Units and Their Relevant Personnel in the Field of Safety Production (Development and Reform Finance  1001), the relevant departments will suspend the examination and approval of the blacklist enterprises for their new major projects, check and reduce, stop the allocation or recovery of government subsidized funds, restrict the acquisition of production licenses, and restrict the acquisition of production and business units. They may or may terminate disciplinary measures such as infrastructure and franchising of public utilities.