A successful visit from Jean-Yves Le Drian, Minister of Foreign Affairs of France, on September 13-14 to Beijing, has led to the conclusion of an old bilateral agreement case that has been under negotiation for many years: the mutual recognition of driving licenses.
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As the Chinese economy grows, and more education and business opportunities open up, more and more people from countries all over the world are coming to study, work, and build a life for themselves in China. This has led to a sharp increase in the number of Chinese diplomas, birth certificates, marriage certificates, visas, and residence permits being issued to non-Chinese nationals. If you belong to this growing group of people, your home country may require you to have your official Chinese documents translated into your home language and also notarized by the Chinese authorities.
RobertHow to get your Chinese documents notarized: Diplomas, Birth and Marriage Certificates