Accuity has added Chinese language functionality to its online look-up tool, The Global Banking Resource (TGBR). The company says that it has introduced the Chinese language functionality to TGBR to emphasise the importance it places on the Chinese market and its significance to the world economy.
With this latest enhancement, users can establish Chinese as their default language for TGBR by logging into the solution and accessing their account preferences. New users have the opportunity to set Chinese as the default language from the first time they login. After the default language is changed, page headings and search labels will be presented in Chinese. The ability to toggle the interface language between English and Chinese is allowed by clicking the flags that appear on each page’s upper right-hand corner.
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