Analysis of the Chinese translation market

China is a center of industry, culture, arts, scientific and educational traditions. The port in Shanghai is one of the largest in the world, ships go to all continents, and the international airport in this city receives and dispatches cargo and passenger liners to almost all capitals of the world.

Shanghai, which was founded in the 7th century, was still a busy port back then due to trade with Western countries. Numerous companies opened their subsidiaries, offices and representative offices there, which made the country the financial center of the entire Far East. After the 1950s, the country developed rapidly industrially and eventually became a major manufacturing center. Therefore, many entrepreneurs around the world want to cooperate with China, as the Chinese show themselves in the labor market as very popular and good employees. But also not only business, but also the sights and culture of many tourists. And how many foreign students are studying in China. For this reason, translation is very necessary during the conclusion of contracts and negotiations, during lectures and guide tours, etc. China is engaged in the translation of more than 80 languages, among them: English, Russian, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Italian, Hindi, Hebrew, Chinese, Korean, Moldavian, Azerbaijani, Ukrainian, Uzbek, Norwegian, Georgian, Lithuanian, Thai, Kazakh, Finnish, Czech, Latvian.

In China, translation english to chinese services can be provided by both individuals and translation agencies. Among the most famous organizations that translate huge texts are CCJK Technologies Changsha, AsianLingo Translation Service, Beijing Shougang Metallurgical Research Institute, LingoChina Translation Company Limited, Shanghai Sealien Translation Company, Golden View (China) Technologies, Inc. (Golden View Computer Information Service Co. Ltd.). These services are provided in many large and small cities: Shanghai, Beijing, Chongqing, Hong Kong, Hangzhou, Chengdu and many others.

Prices vary depending on the language and type of translation. Interpreting is much more expensive than written translation, by the way, guide-translator is a very widespread profession in this country because of the numerous foreign tourists who come to China to get acquainted with its culture. But it is not only culture that attracts, but also industry and trade. All translators, regardless of the type of translation (consecutive, oral, simultaneous), perform translations on time and conscientiously.