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Traffic rule violations unrelated to creditworthiness

2015-September-1       Source: Chinadaily.com.cn

The traffic authorities in Shenzhen, South China's Guangdong province, are considering a system togther with various credit bureaus in which all traffic rule violations, including jaywalking, would be kept on record and used to lower offenders' credit ratings when applying for a mortgage.

The traffic authorities in Shenzhen, South China's Guangdong province, are considering a system togther with various credit bureaus in which all traffic rule violations, including jaywalking, would be kept on record and used to lower offenders' credit ratings when applying for a mortgage. Comments:

Indeed, applying the bad records of traffic rule violators to their personal credit assessments, could, to some extent, urge people to abide by the regulations, since their personal interests would be involved. To reduce the number of jaywalkers, the Shenzhen traffic management officials need to establish a punishment mechanism that gives full play to such a credit-rating system without abusing it.

Editor: Nan

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