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Hot on the heels of the announcement some timeago that the owners of ITIL, (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) the OGC (Office of Government Commerce) together with the TSO (The Stationary Office) are participating in a joint venture to introduce ITIL and Prince2 into China, they have announced that the five ‘core’ ITIL v3 books areavailable in Chinese translation.
The release date for these publications was 23rd June 2010 and ISBN numbers and prices have been issued.
There has been no mention of providing these inPDF format (Portable Document Format).
The details are as follows:
ITIL v3 Service Strategy 
ISBN 9780113312313
Price: £85.00
ITIL v3 Service Design 
ISBN 9780113312320
Price: £85.00
ITIL v3 Service Transition 
ISBN 9780113312337
Price: £85.00
ITIL v3 Service Operation 
ISBN 9780113312344
Price: £85.00
Continual Service Improvement 
ISBN 9780113312351
Price: £85.00
ITIL v3 Lifecycle Publications suite of books (set of five ‘core’ books)
ISBN 9780113312368
Price: £299.00  
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