The 4th Digital China Summit Was Held in Fuzhou, Looking Forward to the Future of Digital China

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The 4th Digital China Summit, jointly hosted by the National Internet Information Office, the National Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, and the People’s Government of Fujian Province, opened on the 25th in Fuzhou, Fujian Province.

With the theme of “stimulating new kinetic energy of data elements and embarking on a new journey to digital China”, this summit is positioned as a platform for our country’s informatization development policy release, for displaying the latest achievements in the construction of digital China, and for e-government and digital economy theory, experience and practice exchanges. Meanwhile, it is a cooperation platform that gathers global forces to promote the construction of Digital China and Digital Silk Road. The main content of the summit includes seven links including the opening ceremony, main forum, sub-forums, results exhibition, innovation competition, policy release, and project docking and signing, as well as a series of exchanges such as “Fuzhou, Dialogue with the Future” and “Minjiang River Night Talk” Activities, looking forward to the future of Digital China.

It was reported, the summit will continue to set up a “online summit” platform, incorporating more virtual product interactive experiences, simultaneously displaying the grand occasion of the summit online and offline, and synchronously opening an “internet exhibition area” at the results exhibition, fully demonstrating the latest achievements in the construction of digital China.

The summit gave full play to the platform effect and invited Sichuan, Anhui, and Guangxi three provinces (autonomous regions) as guest provinces to introduce the outstanding results of digital construction and industrial development; during the summit, a series of colorful activities will be held to provide a more open platform for deepening exchanges and cooperation between the government and enterprise, and enterprise and enterprise, and promote the signing of a number of digital economy projects in various regions during the summit.

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