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While the potential for company growth in China is very high - making bringing your operations there very attractive - such a move requires (among other things) a considered strategy to protect your intellectual property rights in that jurisdiction.

Peter Mace points out some good tips to potentially reach your export market online.

Recent estimates put the number of native English speakers in the world at about 375 million, while a staggering 1.125 billion people globally speak English either as a second or foreign language. In the English-speaking world, though, a comparable ability with foreign languages is rare.

Tea Dietterich offers a general guide to language services, and explains why paying a translator is worth your while when doing business.

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Many Australian exporters have started doing business with the Chinese. Chinese...

Google has launched a translation service for its email service Gmail, which could assist global businesses in their electronic...

Anyone targeting overseas markets knows the importance of correct translation of their...