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With people's continuous understanding of the economic attribute of language, language has developed rapidly as an important industry content. The language industry is a new industrial pattern that provides professional language services or independent language products to meet the demands of language competence. The language industry is a typical knowledge‐based economy with language as its core and it is regarded as a comprehensive industry with environmental‐friendliness, sustainability, and stable value. The language industry aims to pursue the economic contribution of language, including language education, language publishing, language translation, language and text information processing, language art, language rehabilitation, language exhibition, language creativity, language ability assessment, and public service. The language industry has its specific industrial content, which does not belong to the subcategory of the cultural industry. However, it penetrates and influences the cultural industry.

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