I read this sentence in a book.
However, it does not solve specific problems relating to a business or a profession.
I often use related to instead of relating to. Is there any difference?
These two words are close, and in most cases, they are interchangeable.
However, I think there is a subtle difference between the two, one I can't readily support with a good source at the moment.
"Related to" only means that there is some kind of connection while "relating to" indicates something that is about the topic.
For instance, if I asked for websites relating to english.stackexchange.com, I might expect to get meta.english.stackexchange.com, maybe some news articles that cover the site, and a blog entry by a founder.
If I asked for websites related to english.stackexchange.com, I would expect to receive those same sites listed above, but I would also expect to see other SE network websites, other English-learner websites, and perhaps other Q&A type sites.
In some cases there may be a slight difference between them.
Relating to:"about or concerning."
The less tangible effects of the Senate bill will come from the provisions relating to jobs and social services for immigrants. (LDOCE)
The 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees is the key legal document in defining who is a refugee, their rights and the legal obligations of states. http://www.unhcr.org/pages/49da0e466.html
Related to: connected with
Police say a suspect related to the call for assistance fled the apartment and was located by police. (boston dot com)
cf. reviews of non-technical books relating to Probability http://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~aldous/157/books.html
any good books related to The Hunger Games? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100626161250AASraxZ
I think the main difference is that if your subject DOES the action so you should use "relating to" but if it RECEIVES the action "related to" must be used.