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A Center for Collaborative Research & Education on Greater China

Editor’s Note

The breathtaking scope and pace of change in China may leave the impression that the most populous nation on earth is rocketing into uncharted space, challenging ordinary notions of what can be achieved in any given time span. Yet, historical…

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Chen Li

China’s Push for Urbanization and Its Accompanying Challenges

Chen LiUrbanization has been the new buzzword in China ever since the opening of the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (NCCPC) in November 2012. Former President Hu Jintao’s report outlined the tremendous growth in China since economic reforms started more than 30 years ago. For example, China now has the second-largest economy in the world. In 2012 its per capita GDP reached USD$6,100 (National Bureau of Statistics 2012).

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Language Services Go Global: An Interview with Bernie Colacicco at KeyLingo

KeylingoEditor’s Note: Keylingo, founded in 2004, is a global translations services company with many locations throughout the U.S. and Canada and is one of the China Research Center’s corporate sponsors. Center Director Penelope Prime asked Bernie Colacicco, Keylingo Georgia Managing Director, to share some insights into the changing translation services market with a particular focus on Chinese language translation challenges and opportunities.

Q:Many trends in the economy point to growing internationalization of business, such as growing exports, more foreign investment, growing tourism, etc. Does the growth in your industry track these trends closely?

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