Electronic passports, the world’s first mass-market technology, have made their way onto the world stage with China, India, and Brazil.
But for many in the West, they’re a mystery.
What’s the difference between them and our traditional passport?
That’s the question posed by this report.
For starters, these passports don’t actually require an individual to physically present a passport.
They’re just printed on a piece of paper that can be scanned, with the information stored inside.
But unlike traditional passports, electronic passports don�t require a special visa.
They�re available to anyone anywhere in the world, regardless of nationality.
The passports come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, but they typically include a biometric device, like a fingerprint reader, a photograph, or even a photograph of an individual.
The passports themselves can be used for everything from traveling overseas to buying groceries, or simply being able to check in at a designated airport.
The Electronic Travel Documents (ETS) program is now used by a growing number of countries.
According to the Electronic Travel Products Association (ETPA), there are over 5.3 million ETSs worldwide.
And of those, more than one-third are used for travelers from China.
Here are the countries where ETS passports are now in use:China, South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom, Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, and the Philippines.
The first electronic passports came to China in 1996.
Since then, more countries have followed suit.
Some, like Malaysia and Singapore, have been using the program since 2013.
And as more countries adopt the technology, the number of ETS users in China has increased.
In 2016, China was the third largest market for electronic passports.
According the ETPA, China now has over 5 million ETPs in use.
With so many countries using the technology and so many people using it, it�s easy to see why.
According to an ETPA report, there are now over 400 million ETCs in circulation in China.
That�s more than the number that used to live in China in 2007.
China is the world�s biggest market for ETS.
According a report from the European Commission, the country is the top destination for ETP passports.
And there are still many more ETS countries waiting to get started.
According the ETTA, the ETS program is being rolled out across the world.
In Europe, the program will be rolled out to more countries including the United States, Japan and Australia.
According To The New York Times, China is already using ETS for international travelers.
According, an ETTA spokesperson told the Times,�China is taking advantage of ETP technology to expand its global reach.
With a growing ETP population, China can continue to expand the number and reach of its citizens.
China can now extend its ETP program to cover all the countries in its territory, even those outside China.
China�s electronic passport has the potential to significantly boost its global presence.
And it has already been used by many of the world���s most influential governments, including the Japanese Prime Minister, and President Xi Jinping of China.