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Springer and CNKI sign agreement

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Springer and China National Knowledge Infrastructure (CNKI) have signed an agreement increasing Springer’s exposure to those researchers attached to CNKI’s 6,000 customer institutions. In addition, researchers will be able to search all content on SpringerLink using CNKI’s automatic translation mechanism with keywords in Chinese.

CNKI is the largest electronic collection of academic literature in China.

Peter Hendriks, president of global publishing & marketing at Springer said: ‘This development further strengthens Springer’s already extensive cooperation with researchers and institutions in China. We are very pleased that our content will be available to an even wider user group, and believe that this will have a positive effect on our Chinese Library of Science.’

Wang Mingliang, president of China Academic Journals Electronic Publishing House and general manager of TKN said: ‘Our cooperation will offer Chinese researchers an entirely new usage experience to explore Springer content on the CNKI platform, and complements our existing databases with high-quality information.’