ndividual users can search information about their

 education and traffic violation record, among others, while enterp

rises can apply for certain licenses and certificates online via the mini-program.

The mini-program is also connected with local government online ser

vice platforms in several provinces including Guangdong and Zhejiang, while more l

cal e-government services will be connected in the future, the statement said.

E-government services via apps and mini-programs are increasingly popular in China am

id national and local efforts to cut administrative red tape to benefit residents and businesses alike.

A total of 30 provincial-level regions have established integrated e-government plat

forms that incorporate the services of provincial, city and county governments, according to a report released in May.

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