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National Library of China provides access to Cambridge Journals archive

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The National Library of China (NLC) has gained access to the Cambridge Journals Digital Archive (CJDA) Complete Collection. The complete CJDA comprises 207 journals published from 1770 to 2010 and will be available to research institutes and universities throughout China.

Peter Philips, chief executive of Cambridge University Press, said: 'This deal is important because it will save money for many universities, and it will provide researchers in China with access to some of the best academic research available anywhere in the world.'

One of the missions of the NLC is the collection and preservation of foreign publications, especially in humanities and social sciences, and providing such information to the public.

Cambridge University Press and the National Library of China plan to hold joint seminars on using the archive for regional libraries and universities in several major provincial capitals in China.