Your industries is in need for professional translators? Despite the extent to which the COVID-19 pandemic has damaged the travel and tourism industries, the world is still more keenly connected than ever before. It’s all due to the availability and reliability of internet infrastructure (supported by widespread digital training). Within a few seconds, almost anyone can start a discussion with someone thousands of miles away.
Marie CASTANO4 Industries That Need Professional Translators In 2020
“How can I import to China and start selling my products there?” is the question every entrepreneur and business owner asks lately. China’s market size make it seem appealing to companies trying to expand internationally, it also relates closely to China’s growing middle class, which by the year 2022 will have same spending power as the middle class of Italy (earning $9,000 to $34,000 a year) but with a population of 550 million people.
Kate CHERNAVINAImport to China: how to enter e-commerce, cross border and offline markets
The translation of legal documents is the most difficult of all kinds of translations and requires the highest form of accuracy and in-depth knowledge in several fields. As the world becomes more global, the need for legal translation is increasing. Legal translators therefore face many challenges that you can discover and understand in this article.
How to prepare your prenup in China. We have prepared this article to clear up any doubts you may have relating to prenuptial agreements and the legalization of prenups signed in China. Starting a family with a foreigner is of course very exciting, but legally speaking, things may not always run so smoothly. And when it comes to preparing a prenuptial agreement or ‘prenup’ (also called a marriage contract), it may cast a few negative shadows in the minds of those planning to tie the knot.
Kate CHERNAVINAPreparing your Wedding Contract for foreign marriages in China
Anyone living long-term in a foreign country will know that paperwork, application forms and filing official documents with the government bureaus are all part of the joys of expat life. HI-COM helps to make your administrative tasks in China a little less 麻烦 mafan…
Kate CHERNAVINAVisas / Marriage / Driving In China…What Document to Translate?
If you intend to study, live, work or do business in another country, it is almost certain that you will need administrative documents such as contracts, audits, general conditions, birth certificates and education diplomas translated into another language.
Some of your translations may need to be certified, notarized, or even performed by a sworn translator. If all this sounds a little complicated, don’t worry, we talk you through all the various requirements and procedures right here.
Kate CHERNAVINATranslation of legal and administrative documents