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01.09.2012 18:18

112 Charities to Join Disclosure Platform

To restore public trust in charities, 112 Chinese organizations are on track to participate in a government-sponsored information disclosure platform.
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(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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