Cheng & Tsui English-Chinese Lexicon of Business Terms (with Pinyin)

CHANG Andrew (compiler) [Other titles by this author]

ISBN: 9780887273940

Cheng & Tsui Company 2001 1st Edition

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'A highly practical linguistic and international commerce reference ... Especially recommended for direct and straightforward American and Chinese corporate and governmental communications' - Wisconsin Bookwatch 'With more than 9,000 entries, the Cheng & Tsui English-Chinese Lexicon of Business Terms is a welcome addition to the bookshelf of anyone doing business in or with China or another Mandarin-speaking area' - Virginia Hulme, The China Business Review Comprehensive and current, this lexicon is the first specifically designed to serve the needs of English speakers doing business in and with China and other Chinese-speaking areas. The 9,000+ entries, related terms and expressions encompass a wide range of business topics including: banking, finance, insurance, international trade, real estate, stocks and bonds, and business-related legal terms. Also included is generic vocabulary commonly used in a business context. English entry words are arranged alphabetically with the Chinese (simplified with pinyin) equivalents shown side-by-side. Combining practicality and ease of use, features include: >Multiple meaning definitions, conveying the differing uses a term may have in various business contexts >Special appendices with terms relating to information technology E-business >Financial statements (balance sheets, profit & loss statements, etc.) >Two-way conversion of figures >Eating & drinking at a restaurant >Numerous sample phrases to illustrate business applications of entries. This material has been field-tested at the American Graduate School of International Management and elsewhere.

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