Should you translate your internet site into Chinese?
Chinese language on the internet
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Primary Authors: Peter Heather
Should you or should you not publish your website? Chinese language is often seen as complex. It is not. This paper's goal is to help you understand the facts and processes so you can make an informed business plan if the Chinese internet market is appropriate for your business.
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