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An interpretation of coke and sulphur in Buenos Aires

Eight interpreters from Cultures Connection worked with RefComm on a technical support event for the recycling of petroleum waste. Rate this post

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Fueling simultaneous interpretation at South America Energy Week

When Buenos Aires hosted South America Energy Week, Cultures Connection was given the privilege of providing the simultaneous interpretation services for two days. Rate this post

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Enabling the sharing of ideas for Radio Mitre and Deezer

The Argentine and French firms came together in Paris to review the results of their new alliance in Argentina, with the liaison interpretation of Cultures Connection.   Rate this post

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Languages and the Internet: The web is written by the victors

As in life, for political, economic and cultural influences, English and Chinese compete to be the lingua franca in the virtual world. What language will the internet speak in the future? Rate this post

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About Interpreting,News

“Interpreters in zones of conflict are treated like outcasts”

Left defenceless, facing persecution and death. Eduardo Kahane, member of the International Association of Conference Interpreters, recently spoke to Cultures Connection, explaining the difficulties interpreters have when working in zones of conflict. “I think my life ended back then”, he bravely comments for the documentary ‘The Interpreters’. An interpreter who has worked for the US […]

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LARTC in Chile – Simultaneous interpretation for the Latin American petrochemicals industry

The services of Cultures Connection were again on show at an edition of the most important event for the petrochemical sector in Latin America. Rate this post

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Manual or automatic translation?

Automatic translation continues to improve day by day. However, it is still unable to reach perfect levels of accuracy and lacks a natural feel. Will it ever replace human translation? Rate this post

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Tourism interpretation in sunny Marseille

A group of tourists from Hungary, Poland, Romania and Turkey were able to experience one of the most important cities in France firsthand, thanks to the services of Cultures Connection. Rate this post