China Credit Information Service - CCIS

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DEFINITION of 'China Credit Information Service - CCIS'

One of the chief credit informational agencies in Taiwan. China Credit Information Service offers credit rating services throughout Taiwan and the chinese mainland. CCIS provides a wealth of other services, including business consulting, commercial credit reports, asset appraisal, market research, publishing and credit management.

BREAKING DOWN 'China Credit Information Service - CCIS'

Founded in 1961, the CCIS is also one of the oldest entities of its kind in Taiwan. The CCIS opened a satellite office in Shanghai in 2001, which grew rapidly and underwent a restructuring in 2008. CCIS ultimately provides an informational bridge between the greater Chinese market and the rest of the world.

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