Hikvision Parent Conducts Communist Party Training, Urges Strengthened Party Leadership

Author: Charles Rollet, Published on Oct 30, 2018

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Employees of Hikvision’s parent (CETHIK, for CETC HIKvision) underwent intensive Chinese Communist Party training last month where they came up with ways to strengthen the Party’s role over corporate affairs, according to an official announcement.

The training sessions are yet another example of the influence of China’s government over Hikvision, despite Hikvision’s repeated claims to the contrary.

In this note, we examine what was said, why this matters, and the Communist Party’s increasingly important role in the Chinese business sector.

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