Wiley Launches Chinese Language WebsiteF

From the press release:

John Wiley & Sons has announced the launch of its Chinese language website, which goes live today at http://www.wileychina.comWileychina.com will raise the publisher’s profile in China through greater and more meaningful engagement with the community there.

Designed to enhance Wiley’s China-based customers’ experience with  tailored sections for librarians, authors, societies and industry partners, wileychina.com will feature general information about Wiley’s presence in China as well as specific details about core content of particular interest to the Chinese community. In addition, this site will also include hyper-links and cross references to wiley.com, Wiley InterScience and the Press Room where all local news and events will be highlighted.

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