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GROUP SENSE LTD. OF HONG KONG PURCHASES 6.5 PERCENT OF GLOBALINK

 FAIRFAX, Va., July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Group Sense Ltd. (GSL), a leading manufacturer of language translation products, has acquired 6.5 percent of Globalink common shares. GSL, based in Hong Kong, is manufacturing the, as yet to be announced, handheld language translation product for Globalink.
 Samson Tam, chairman of GSL, is to become a member of Globalink's board of directors. Tam stated "that the acquisition of Globalink shares is for investment purposes only." He further stated that "GSL's investment relationship with Globalink will enhance the many opportunities that the two companies have for development and marketing a wide range of consumer-oriented language products all over the world."
 Dominic A. Laiti, president of Globalink, the world leader in computer-assisted translation products, is pleased to have GSL as a shareholder and Tam as a member of the Globalink board of directors. Laiti stated "that a partnership with a major company such as GSL will give Globalink special access to Far East markets for its English-to- Chinese translation system as well as other language translation products. Also, the business partnership with GSL allows Globalink to have ready access to innovative engineering and product distribution for new language products."
 GSL is engaged in the design, manufacture and sale of electronic personal dictionaries and language translation products. With annual sales for 1992 over $65 million, GSL is the world's largest manufacturer of electronic personal language products.
 Globalink is engaged in the development and marketing of computer- assisted foreign language translation products. Globalink offers a wide range of translation software for PC, MacIntosh and workstation computers.
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 /CONTACT: Dominic A. Laiti of Globalink, 703-273-5600/


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