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Social Credit

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (esp in Canada) a right-wing populist political party, movement, or doctrine based on the socioeconomic theories of Major C. H. Douglas; the federal party in Canada was dissolved in 1993
Social Crediter n
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There are up to 30 local social credit pilots run by local authorities, in huge cities such as Shanghai and Hangzhou and much smaller towns.
Contract notice: call for applications for participation - acquisition and configuration of a software solution intended to cover the needs related to the administrative and financial management of credit facilities, mortgages, installment loans and advances granted to social credit counters
With the new and innovative financial technologies and systems we work on a person's social credit rather than traditional creditworthiness, Gupta added.
Social Credit Systems - China will debut theirs in 2020, but do we already live in a world where online reputation is king?
In this, his first book, Thorn compares and contrasts the differing perspectives of women involved in Alberta's Social Credit Party (SCP or Socreds), British Columbia's Communist Party of Canada (CPC) as well as that province's Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) from 1945 to 1960.
Social Credit was "an extension of an already well-established fundamentalist and prophetic movement.
A deposit of about $10 is required unless the user has a high rating on Sesame Credit, the social credit scoring system developed by China's Ant Financial, an affiliate of e-commerce giant Alibaba Group.
He became leader of the BC Social Credit Party in 1973 and won the first of three general elections in 1975.
At the end of the 1920s they transmigrated into the more sober Social Credit Green Shirts, following their founder into a politics that nevertheless continued to be based on a heliocentric vision of renewal and plenty.
China's proposed social credit system) or a corporate one with incentives that don't always align with users' best interests, an open source system would likely offer the greatest level of transparency and portability for individual users.
Thiessen does not mention that Schreyer was Manitoba's first premier to have some facility in German and Ukrainian nor does she note that he relied on support from (among others) Rhineland constituency's Mennonite Social Credit MLA Jake Froese - elected in the heart of the province's Bible belt - to prop up his NDP minority government.
Ontario saw Tories govern uninterruptedly from 1943-85; Quebec's Union Nationale (1936-39; 1944-60); Sasketchewan first under the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (1944-64) then under New Democrats (1971-82; 1991-2007); and British Columbia under the BC Social Credit Party (1952-72; 1975-91).