The DairyNews Global Expands Global Reach with News Updates in Four New Languages

Source: The DairyNews
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In a strategic move towards greater inclusivity, The DairyNews Global has introduced automatic translation capabilities for its milk-related updates in Spanish, French, German, and Chinese languages. Mikhail Mishchenko, the publisher of The DairyNews Global, highlighted the goal of making news, interviews, and global milk market analysis more accessible to a wider audience around the world.
The DairyNews Global Expands Global Reach with News Updates in Four New Languages
The addition of these languages, along with English, means that global milk market news is now available in 5 languages. This initiative aims to provide timely information to a diverse audience within the dairy industry and those interested in global milk production and processing.

The publisher's mission revolves around creating an open information space in the global dairy industry. Mikhail Mishchenko emphasized their commitment to increasing information accessibility for everyone interested in the industry, fostering transparency and knowledge dissemination.

As a leading authority in the milk market, The Dairy News holds a prominent position as one of the largest specialized media outlets globally for the dairy industry. The platform publishes daily updates on the global dairy sector and organizes significant events such as the Dairy Olympics, Dairy Rally, Central Asian Dairy Congress, and more.

Guided by principles of openness, accessibility, and independence, DairyNews ensures free access for its readers to all information related to dairy farming, the dairy industry, and market participants' activities. With a substantial readership exceeding 4.5 million unique visitors and over 10 million annual views, DairyNews remains a key player in disseminating crucial information in the dairy sector.
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