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Chinesische Ę╣bersetzung der Industrie im Jahr 2012 Blowout
By the end of 2012 , " Chinese Language Services Development Report 2012 " officially released . "Report" shows that with the increase of the degree of opening-up and international levels to deepen , our language translation industry has been developing rapidly . From the statistical data , as of December 31, 2012 , our full-time employees in the language services of $ 11.9 million, of which 53.8% interpreter , about 64 million people. Market reached 157.6 billion yuan , compared with 2010 growth of 26%.
" Report" also based on China is now the international environment and its development trend in the translation industry forecasts, our industry will translate to an average annual growth rate of 15% during 2011-2015 . By 2015 , the annual output translation agency will more than 260 billion yuan , will reach 2 million full-time employees , the number of enterprises is expected to exceed 60,000 . The next few years , China's translation market demand is huge.
Recalling the past, look to the future . To understand the prospects for the translation industry , we take a look at how China has translated in the development of history.
Translation is a historic practice , specializing in translation history of Mazu Yi believes that the earliest translation activities can be extrapolated to the Xia and Shang Dynasties .
From thoughtful Qing dynasties , and in order to facilitate the exchange of neighboring peoples and countries have set up a special interpreter of foreign affairs agencies , such as the typical passenger Qin , Tang Honglu Temple. And according to the relevant historical data can be verified , Yuan also appeared in school training of translators , Ming and Qing dynasties set up a special translation services . And in the meantime there have been three translations climax , that the Eastern Han to Tang and Song Buddhist translation, technical translation of the Ming and Qing , the Opium War to the May Fourth Movement of Western translations .
Based on the understanding of the past and prospects for the future, we also need a better grasp now . "Report" also detailed analysis of the current status of China 's translation industry and the problems :
1 small-scale , scattered resources .
2 lack of innovation technologies and business models .
3 is mainly the quality and quantity of interpreters .
4 cheap vicious competition.
Recalling the past, grasp the present and future prospects . Chinese translation industry received a spurt of development in 2012.
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