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Service, Profits, and Stimulus: A Case for a "Language Line" in Australia
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Babel: Australia Volume 32, Number 1,

Abstract

Discusses the value of a service called "Language Line" and its potential to attract and educate business about the benefits derived from hiring employees with language skills. Language Line provides a national telephone-based service that provides interpretation for speakers of different languages. The article makes a case for the use of Language Line in Australia. (10 references) (Author/CK)

Citation

Ingram, D. (1997). Service, Profits, and Stimulus: A Case for a "Language Line" in Australia. Babel: Australia, 32(1), 8-15. Retrieved September 27, 2022 from .

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