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Portugal: Culture and Tradition

November 20, 2017 Comments

Portugal is one of the oldest nation-states in Europe and throughout history it has been fought over numerous times. Portugal was established as a country after the Christian Reconquista against the Muslim Moors who invaded the Iberian Peninsula in 711 and occupied most of the region. The establishm...

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News: Cross-Border Ecommerce Spending to Hit $100 Billion in China

November 15, 2017 Comments

According to a recent eMarketer article, cross-border ecommerce sales in China are expected to hit $100 billion by the end of this year, an increase of 27% from 2016. The average spend per buyer is estimated to be $882....

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News: China's Luxury Consumers

November 13, 2017 Comments

As the Chinese luxury market matures, meeting consumers' changing needs is becoming more complicated. According to a Skift article, a new study by Bain & Company found that the priorities of the Chinese luxury market are quickly shifting....

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Israel: Culture and Tradition

November 07, 2017 Comments

Israel is located along the Mediterranean Sea in the Middle East. The country is surrounded by Egypt, the Gaza Strip, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and the West Bank. The State of Israel was established in 1948....

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News: Will China’s Consumers Accept iPhone’s X’s Large Price Tag?

October 18, 2017 Comments

Will consumers in China flock to purchase the iPhone X when it arrives in Apple Stores in China on November 3rd? Analysts aren’t quite sure yet. ...

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Top 20 Most Requested Translations: English to Japanese

October 17, 2017 Comments

Unlike many other languages, Japanese uses three unique alphabets: Kanji, Hiragana and Katakana. From our research and experience translating English and Japanese, we have found that the 20 most requested translations for this language pair are the following....

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