International Business

Nuclear energy industry & translation
Most people associate Chernobyl and Fukushima with the biggest nuclear power plant accidents in history and the consequences of the disasters are still being felt today. Although more and more alternative energy provision options are being proposed, nuclear reactors are still indispensable energy suppliers. But which countries have operational reactors and where are most of them located?  
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E-government how much do citizens like to use online administrative channels
The Internet has made it easier for citizens to interact with government agencies and use online administrative services (this is referred to as e-government or electronic government). Registering for citizenship, changing the size of the rubbish bin or reading the water metre are some of the many bureaucratic procedures which can now be carried out conveniently from home.
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English as a foreign language
English is the language of today across the world. Even before the spread of the Internet and the associated globalisation, English skills were a basic requirement in most professions. Today you can communicate in English in almost every country in the world and a language test based on the EF standard has been used to show which countries have inhabitants who are very confident in English in addition to their native language. The language test divided foreign language skills into six levels.
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International online shops Latest news
Over the last decade, online retailing has grown steadily at a rate of around five per cent per annum, with shops for clothing, electronics, and entertainment benefiting from this growth. Convenient shopping per click has long been part of everyday life for the younger generation, but lovers of classic shopping centres are also increasingly turning to online shopping due to new international developments.
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The Covid-19 epidemic provides opportunities for e-commerce and the stationery trade
The spring of 2020 brought the Covid-19 to Europe and with it a new normality to everyday life ...
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Work-life balance which countries have a balanced relationship
The term ‘work-life balance’ defines the relationship between work and private life. If both are in harmony with each other, you have a perfect work-life balance. The BLI (Better Life Index) is measured using criteria defined by the OECD which includes housing conditions, education, the environment, health and perceived life satisfaction. The scale for evaluating life satisfaction ranges from zero to ten.  
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Recycling in the EU – who has the highest quotas
Recycling raw materials that have already been used does not only conserve resources, but also helps the environment. After being used, plastics, building materials, glass, and other materials can be recycled using various technical processes and then reused. Glass is turned into new glass, plastics are pressed into granulates to make new containers or moulded plastics, and building materials can often also be reused in road construction or other meaningful ways after mechanical comminution.  
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Online banking in facts and figures
Classic online banking, which allows access to personal bank accounts via the Internet, was not invented in Silicon Valley but by a consumer bank in the Düsseldorf area. In the 1980s, this small bank made it possible for a person to view his own finances online for the very first time. It began with a self-service system in the bank's foyer, enabling its customers to access their accounts around the clock. The regionally limited service has now become a worldwide system that many people no longer want to do without.  
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CEECs Eleven flagship countries for a Europe in transition
Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, and Slovakia are rapidly expanding countries. Their growth and low unemployment rate put them in a favourable position in a constantly changing Europe.  
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EU and Mercosur agree on free trade after 20 years
The European Union and Mercosur have successfully concluded their negotiations for a free trade agreement. More than 260 million people live in the four Mercosur countries Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay. Together, they form the world’s fifth largest economic region with an annual gross domestic product of well over two billion euro. The EU is the largest trade and investment partner for the Mercosur states.
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Logistics: Africa offers opportunities for success
According to a KPMG study, the continent is experiencing a strong upswing ...
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Exhibiting at trade fairs overseas
Trade fairs abroad help further small to medium-sized companies with international ...
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Advantages to using foreign languages in purchasing and procurement
Most European companies have at least occasional contact overseas ...
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facts about online shopping
The customer is king? Yes, sometimes. Whether B2B or B2C, when it comes to customer service ...
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JEFTA – Free trade agreement creates great opportunities for the EU and Japan
JEFTA, the bilateral trade agreement between the EU and Japan ...
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Linguistic support Africa Translations
In South Africa, dealing with contracts is not as detail-oriented as it is here ...
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Negotiating in South Africa
South Africans usually use a rather informal but also direct form of communication ...
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Payment delays on the increase in Asia
Without a doubt, the markets in Asia offer great opportunities for companies ...
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Export to Germany the new packaging law is coming – so what is of particular importance
On 1 January 2019, the new Packaging Act 2019 ...
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robotics and automation translations
The robotics and automation solutions industry is booming ...
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Professional translations in the field of data protection
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) continues to make life difficult for companies ...
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Facts and records song contest Eurovision
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has organised the international music competition for composers ...
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The most spoken languages ​​at Football World Cups
2018 will be another exciting year for all football fans, because from mid-June to mid-July ...
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2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea
The 23rd Winter Olympics will take place between 9th and 25th February in Pyeongchang in South Korea ...
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How to plan your trade show presentation abroad
These seven steps will allow even small and medium-sized companies to create a successful presentation abroad ...
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Internationalisation Success Factors on the Internet
Even in the age of globalisation, many companies’ websites are inadequate and make their operators seem unprofessional ...
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You need to be well prepared for business trips to foreign countries
Travelling carries risks. However, employees can take steps to prevent risks, even if epidemics and natural catastrophes ...
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Positive news for the French and Portuguese economies: foreign investment in France increased ...
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How expanding into foreign markets goes wrong the six most common mistakes when venturing abroad
Venturing abroad is a challenge for medium-sized companies – because not everything that works well in the home market is ...
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Being internationally successful means being able to adapt in every language ...
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Multilingual websites
So you want to expand? And you’ve already answered a lot of questions ...
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New EU rules on the Customs Code
On 1st May 2016, new customs legislation came into force within ...
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European small claims procedure
Value of the claim increased to EUR 5,000 ...
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Do business in Germany The key figures for the German market
The German economy will continue to grow in 2016 ...
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Serbian Business Etiquette
Across the EU, international borders continue to open ...
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Belgian business
If your company is planning to work with ...
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Business dealings with German companies – know your etiquette
With Europe being open for cross-border business dealings ...
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Doing business in Canada - Language Support
Canada has developed into a very interesting export market ...
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Free Apps for International Business People
It is well known that international business people ...
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Doing Business in Bulgaria, Bulgarian Translators
€80 million is to flood into the modernisation ...
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Turkish translators
In particularly difficult economic times ...
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Russian translations
Although economic growth is currently restrained ...
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