Which countries are investing in new programming languages?
China is a key player in the global media industry, with more than 100 million English-language and Mandarin-language speakers.
This has resulted in an enormous investment in new languages in a variety of fields, including news and entertainment.
Some countries, including the United States, have also been investing heavily in the development of languages for broadcast and other media.
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) is publishing its 2017 global media investment report, which ranks the countries by spending on language development, investment in the media, and news and information programming.
In 2018, the US was ranked fifth out of the 27 countries in the study, while China ranked first and Russia ranked seventh.
The report notes that the US and China are “among the top 10 countries in terms of spending on media investments” and that they have been among the most active in the creation and promotion of new languages.
China has also seen significant investments in media-specific technology.
According to the EIU, the Chinese government has spent about $8.4 billion on media technology in 2017.
The EIU notes that this investment has allowed China to become a global leader in the production and transmission of television and radio content.
China’s government also has been expanding its media infrastructure, which includes television stations, radio stations, and newspapers.
These platforms can serve as a key channel for Chinese citizens to reach foreign audiences.
China also has a long history of investing in news and other news services, including in the local media.
This includes the local newspaper in Shanghai, the Shanghai News, which is the largest newspaper in the country, and the Shanghai Daily, which serves as a news portal.
In 2017, the EPU also ranked China second in the world in terms to spending on digital news and services.
The country also has the third highest amount of media content, after the US, and third in terms spend on social media and social media apps, according to the report.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has also recently announced the country will invest $6.8 billion in media content over the next five years.
The China News Agency (CNA) is also a major player in media.
It publishes more than 70 news outlets and other multimedia content.
CNA also has about 80 television stations and nearly 50 radio stations.
The Chinese government aims to create a global digital news ecosystem, according the report, and aims to promote digital content across the country.