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As China vows to drive digitalization, electronic signature is quickly penetrating various industries and promoting digital transformation, according to industry experts and company executives. "Amid many economic uncertainties, e-signatures can help companies to quickly tap into the digital trend and find new growth drivers. It will be a promising field in the country"s digital transformation," said Jin Hongzhou, founder and CEO of third-party e-signature platform eQianbao, or eSign, recently in a conference. Last year, the number of e-contracts signed in the country hit 70 billion. The size of the domestic e-signature market arrived at 15.51 billion yuan($2.18 billion), an increase

China hopes to strengthen economic and trade policy communications with the European Union to safeguard the stability of the industrial and supply chains as well as promote trade and investment liberalization and facilitation, in order to support true multilateralism and make active contributions to world economic recovery, Shu Jueting, spokeswoman of the Ministry of Commerce, said at an online media conference on Thursday. She made the remarks after being asked for comments on a new report the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China released on Wednesday. "We have noticed the EU paper stated that it hopes the EU will

WELLINGTON - An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.8 jolted central New Zealand on Thursday evening, according to New Zealand"s geoscience research service provider. It struck at 21:07 local time (0907 GMT) 30 km northeast of French Pass at the north end of the South Island of New Zealand, at a depth of 51 km, said GNS Science, which called it a "strong earthquake". The tremor was felt in Wellington and throughout central New Zealand. More than 44,000 people reported feeling the quake and there are no reports of casualties or structural damages so far. New Zealand has frequent seismic