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The sudden disruption to the global economy and people’s normal life resulting from the global spread of COVID-19 will have far-reaching economic and social effects.
During the recent coronavirus outbreak in China, Chinese companies not only initiated conventional CSR campaigns to help businesses and people affected but also rolled out a wide range of innovative products or services, many of which are technology-driven, and aligned with their own core competencies and business strategy.
To mitigate the economic impacts brought about by the latest coronavirus outbreak, China bets on the information technology to help businesses partly resume operations and weather the temporary disruption.
China’s small to medium sized businesses are under tremendous pressure to survive since the outbreak of the coronavirus. As the contagion spreads and these businesses suffer, it could leave lasting impacts on the country’s economy.
A recent crackdown on predatory lending and illegal data use practices has shown the extent to which smaller lenders rely on the credit risk management services based on alternative data.
China has become a key player in the world’s green bond market. The differences between the domestic standards and the international ones and the lack of reliable information from traditional channels have boosted the demand for alternative data sources.
In this article, MioTech examines the impacts of ESG on the industry, with a deep dive into the impacts environmental penalties plays on automakers financially.
The rapidly growing demand for ESG information of Chinese companies and data analytics services is being met by a rising wave of alternative data services assisted by artificial intelligence technologies.
The availability of increasing digital data and technological advances are providing the investor community with much needed access to non-traditional data about Chinese companies. Chinese fund managers have started exploring using alternative data and data services to manage specific risks or create ESG investment strategies.
The surge of sustainable finance in China has spurred demand for ESG data and analysis services. The lack of ESG data has encouraged the application of AI techniques to expand ESG data sources, automate the evaluation process or improve risk-monitoring capabilities.
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