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How COVID-19 Affects Translation Services

At the beginning of 2020, everything seemed to be just fine, and most economies worldwide were experiencing a boom that had been unparalleled in prior history. This changed with the current pandemic situation, and with the restrictions that almost all governments imposed on their societies. However, under the changed circumstances,…

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German Translations for Expats

German-speaking regions all across Europe offer lucrative career and business opportunities for all those wanting to take their income or their enterprise to the next level. Germany itself, the fifth largest economy in the world and the biggest in Europe, offers limitless expansion potential for small and medium-sized businesses –…

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Translation Service in Florida

Our translation company supports newly-established businesses in Florida by providing professional translations. For many foreign enterprises, Florida acts as a gateway to the U.S. market. By checking out the Florida trade register, “Division of Corporations“, you will find a huge number of business entries in the Sunshine State that are…

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5 Essential Scots Phrases

Scotland is a nation known for its astonishing natural beauty, good quality of life, and firm cultural identity. Pay a visit to its bonny shores and you can sample traditional cuisine (haggis, neeps & tatties being a must), immerse yourself in centuries of history, and – if you pay attention…

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Catalonia and the Catalan language

A brief history of Catalan language and culture The province of northern or Nearer Spain, where Catalonia is situated, was first established by the Romans, who took it from the Carthaginians in the 2nd century BCE, together with southern or Farther Spain. These two provinces were governed by them until…

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Translating German Technical Documents Takes Special Skills

The German-speaking countries have a rich history in scientific and technical work. Famous physicists such as Einstein and Schroedinger produced groundbreaking work in German. Konrad Zuse described the first high-level programming language, Plankalkül, in the Archiv der Mathematik. Today, many native German speakers write in English, which has become a…

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