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China’s copyright dilemma. Learned Publishing 21: 278–284. Chapter 3 Publication in More Than One Language For a variety of reasons, journal articles may be republished in translation (although this cannot be detected by computerized text-matching tools such as CrossCheck). It may be, for example, that the original language of publication is unlikely to reach one part of the author’s intended readership. This raises the difﬁcult question of whether or not this constitutes duplicate publication.