BREAKING THE LANGUAGE BARRIER

 

 

 For European software makers, gaining access to a market valued at $900 billion – China – is a big lure that needs no translation. But writing software and the manuals that go with it does. Finnish company, Codetree (www.codetree.net), says it can help companies break through the language barrier by taking existing software and materials and turning them into Mandarin or Cantonese. It will also offer software support and training to end-users in China. For companies that want to design software for China from scratch, it will act as a subcontractor to handle the translation chores. And it can give marketing and promotion assistance to firms that want to sell their software in the Middle Kingdom.

   TIME

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Breaking the Language Barrier

Greek as International Lingua Franca

Languages in Extinction

Is the English Language Changing

The Barriers to Educating Girls

English–the universal language

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Language News

Indigo Children

International Phonetic Association  

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Xenophon Zolotas on Economy

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Translation Problems

Language and the Brain

Language and the Internet

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Greek Language Centre

Dyslexic Mind

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