For businesses around the world, the Chinese market is becoming an increasingly attractive investment point for Western companies. And with that comes the need for highly accurate and culturally-sensitive translations as well as qualified and experienced consecutive and simultaneous interpreters.
There are two primary variants of Mandarin Chinese: Traditional and Simplified Chinese. Rest assured that our professional translators are equally adept at translating into both strands but it is important that you know which variant your project requires, as both can vary quite differently.
Around one-fifth of the world’s population speaks some form of Chinese, so your translated message will have a very wide audience.
Mandarin is the official language in China, Taiwan and Singapore – countries currently attracting record amounts of foreign investment.
Trade, import/export liberalization and advances in technology have made some of the above-mentioned countries in the Middle East very attractive investment points.
The uptake of Chinese students into European and American universities is rising year-on-year. Many might require the provision of Chinese language services.
China continues to maintain a healthy economy with strong business links to the rest of the world. This reason alone advocates a sustained need for Chinese translation services.