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2009-02-04
Infoterm invites you to submit your papers for the Berkeley Globalization Conference (LISA @ Berkeley)

3–5 August, 2009. University of California, Berkeley, California, USA. This two-day conference (with an additional day of workshops) will focus on globalization—the business decisions and processes required to do business internationally.

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2009-01-30
Standardisers’ meeting 2009 in Bogotá

The annual meetings of ISO Technical Committee 37 “Terminology and other language and content resources” will take place in the week from 9-14 August in Bogotá, Colombia.

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2009-01-26
Infoterm member TERMCAT announces that the German language version has been added to the following online dictionaries

The terms can be retrieved in Catalan, Spanish, French, English and at present also in German. Find more information about TERMCAT and its online dictionaries: http://www.termcat.cat/centre/index_en.htm

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2009-01-19
UNESCO releases English version of its publication on languages in cyberspace

UNESCO releases the English version of its publication Securing a Place for a Language in Cyberspace, which first appeared in French in 2007 and has been translated in several languages since then. The original version was prepared with the assistance of Infoterm member, Latin Union, and the intellectual contribution of the expert Marcel Diki-Kidiri.

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2009-01-12
Infoterm member LISA - The Localization Industry Standards Association - would like to welcome you to the LISA Forum Asia

The theme for the 2009 LISA Forum Asia, to be hosted in Taipei in April 2009, is Global Design & Innovation. Building on its reputation as a leading manufacturing center, Taiwan is increasingly recognized as a leader in the development and design of products sold around the world, a trend seen in mainland China and elsewhere in Asia.

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