An Analysis of the Present Situation and Problems of Business English Translation in China

Yanfang HOU


The studies and practices of Business English translation have been developed rapidly in the last ten years in China with the trend of globalization. However, there are many noteworthy problems and new trends in this field. This paper presents a detailed analysis of the present situation and problems of business English translation in China with the aim to promote the further studies a practice of business English translation.


Business English translation; Present situation; Problems

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