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Our experts speak and translate in over 50 different languages To follow is a list of the most common languages we serve, Most of the requests we receive for translation from English into Asian languages, in order of popularity, are for Japanese, Chinese, , Korean,. Even though these languages constitute the majority of our work, we do specialize in helping clients obtain translations of French German, Korean, Thai, Russian, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Dutch and Indonesian, Malay, Vietnamese, Greek, etc. .,
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Powers translation provides translation in a range of Asian languages. Our team of qualified translators provide 24/7 service to corporate clients and individuals. We take great care in choosing the right translator for each client, and assigning supporting translators as needed, to ensure continuity throughout every translation project. Each time you submit a document for translation, you can select the service appropriate for your level of urgency.
Chinese is the official language of over one billion people in China, a country with enormous economic influence. Chinese is also spoken in Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, the U.S., and worldwide.
Japanese is the language of approximately 125 million people in Japan. Moreover, there are thousands of Japanese speakers elsewhere across the globe. Japan continues to be huge commercial player in the 21st Century. The Japanese economy is the second largest in the world. Only the USA has a higher GNP.
Korean is the language of close to 50 million people in the Republic of Korea (South Korea), another Asian economic dynamo. There are another 25 million users of the Korean language in North Korea. Furthermore, there are thousands of Korean speakers in the U.S. and elsewhere across the globe.
South Korea is pursuing even greater economic power through a Northeast Asian business hub initiative that will make Korea a logistics and regional financial hub in Northeast Asia.