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Tue October 16, 2012
How do you say "globalization" in Wolof? Conference in Seattle focuses on translation
Washington state depends on exports – but the world’s many languages can be a barrier. Executives from 31 countries are gathering in Seattle this week to talk about translating everything from instruction manuals to smartphone apps.
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