Month: February 2020

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Digital language inclusion: How translation helps to reduce the inequality gap in Latin America and the Caribbean

Spanish is the official language of 20 countries in the world (plus Ecuatorial Guinea and Puerto Rico). If you add countries that have a high percentage of Spanish speakers, such as Aruba (80%), Belize (52%), or the United States (18%), plus all of the places where Spanish is spoken in some capacity, you’re talking about …

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La importancia de la traducción

The digital health industry needs to consider translating all of its digital resources. Here’s why it matters to us in Latin America.

According to internet penetration statistics, 51% of the world’s population (approximately 3.6 billion people) has access to the internet. Of this percentage, there are three languages ​​that concentrate the largest number of internet users: English, 25.2%, Mandarin Chinese, 19.3% and 7.9% Spanish. However, if we further look into this stat, we find that Chinese-Mandarin is …

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