Sayari Master Class
Mapping Chinese State Owned Enterprises: the case of the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC)

Watch on-demand the Master Class on Mapping Chinese State Owned Enterprises: the case of the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC) with Sayari Analyst, Alex Bate.

Topics include:

  1. How to identify Chinese state-owned enterprises using public records
  2. Explanation of key Chinese government structures and investment vehicles
  3. Case study: understanding the XPCC’s vast and complex holdings

This Master Class is ideal for those who conduct investigations of illicit networks in Asia, have a general interest in sanctions enforcement, or want to improve their regional search techniques from Sayari Analyst’s tips and tricks.

 

About your Sayari instructor:

Chris Benevento
Alex Bate is an Asia Analyst at Sayari Labs. Prior to Sayari, she worked in due diligence, open-source investigative analysis, and Chinese market research and policy analysis. She received a degree in International Relations and Chinese from the College of William & Mary and has studied at Tsinghua University in Beijing. She speaks Mandarin and Spanish.

Dataset: High-Risk XPCC Entities for Enhanced Sanctions Compliance

This dataset includes 4,000+ legal entities solely owned by the XPCC and its subordinate divisions, regiments, and components, through multiple ownership layers, and more.

Recent Posts from Alex:

Identifying the XPCC’s Highest-Risk Entities

Identifying the XPCC’s Highest-Risk Entities

Last month, we reported on the sprawling holdings of the OFAC-sanctioned Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC), a massive Chinese conglomerate with hybrid paramilitary-corporate structure. The XPCC was sanctioned for its alleged involvement in human rights...

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