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International trade for translators and interpreters

Proz Webinar: International Trade

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International trade produces a large volume of documents, which must be written, translated and adapted by specialized professionals. Ignorance of this field can lead to miscommunication and misunderstandings and, too often, to absurd, hardly decipherable translations. Translation agencies make sure to hire interpreters, translators and proofreaders who are familiar with this specialized terminology. Thus, it is a must to learn the concepts and terms of international trade in order to deal with its technical documents. International trade, as part of the business and financial translation, not only directly impacts corporate and business documents produced by import & export companies and banks, but also business and financial media, the translation of Commercial Codes and international organizations’ publications. It is also a very relevant field for interpreters, since they often take part in foreign trade negotiations (trading, bargaining, agreements, disputes, litigations…)

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Target Audience

Newbie translators who wish to specialize in the International Trade sector
Freelance translators specializing in Business and Finance
Interpreters
Project Managers
Proofreaders
Foreign Trade workers (exporters, importers, forwarders, shippers, consignees, traders… )
Finance and business professionals

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Learning Objectives

At the end of this webinar, attendees will have gained a basic understanding of:

  • Terms and concepts commonly used in international trade
  • Documents used in International Trade
  • Main tricks on how to become a translator / interpreter specializing in International Trade
  • How to find comprehensive listings of and links to International trade and business terminology
  • Some clues on how to find a job as a translator/interpreter in this industry

Traducción finanzas

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Marcel Solé is a financial translator, proofreader and trainer. He holds a Higher Technician diploma in Finance, Marketing and International Trade and obtained an International Certificate in Financial English and a Certificate of Proficiency in English (University of Cambridge, Cambridge English). He also obtained a Diploma in Financial Translation from English to Spanish with honors. Marcel has worked ten years as a translator and Project Manager for translation agencies, outstanding business schools —listed among the top 25 by Financial Times and the Economist— and publishing companies. He has been training translators, interpreters and financial professionals over the last years. Marcel is also the author of the blog www.financial-translator.com

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