112 Charities to Join Disclosure Platform
(Beijing）— In the wake of immense public backlash against China's charities over millions in misused funds, 112 philanthropic organizations have pledged to promote information transparency through a new government disclosure platform.
Through the China Charity & Donation Information Center's (CCDIC) forthcoming online platform, the 112 charities said they will publish their accounting records according to a new set of information disclosure guidelines.
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