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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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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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Translating Contracts into German

We're used to relying on English as the language of international communication. A large proportion of educated German speakers, and almost all who are involved in international business, are comfortable with our language. Nonetheless, when it comes down to signing a contract, providing it in the German language gains a…

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Words & Wörter: The Denglisch “Language”

‘Spanglish’ was a term coined way back in 1940 to refer to a sort of hybrid language that incorporated aspects of both Spanish and English. It appeared around about the time that the United States welcomed more than 50,000 Caribbean natives striving to take advantage of post-war economic growth, and…

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4 Tips to Working With a German Translator

When you conduct business internationally, or simply communicate with professionals around the globe, a professional translator is inevitable. Particularly countries like Germany, who have frequent business engagements and communications with United States business, necessitate a professional who equally understands both languages and cultures. But finding the right professional to work…

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Translating Your Company Magazine into German

It's no secret that Germany and the United States are close economic partners. As a result, a multitude of American companies operates in Germany, whether it be through partnerships, affiliates, or international offices. Having a company outpost in Germany is crucial to reaching the local market in your industry. But…

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