Does automatic translation mean the end for human translators?

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It can be very difficult to see the difference between all current technologies, particularly if you are unfamiliar with the world of translation. What does the future hold for professional translators in a world where the current buzzwords are “big data” and “artificial intelligence”? In this article, we’re going to demystify the concept of automatic translation tools.

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Custom duties and taxes: 4 things to know if you want to sell online in Europe

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Cross border selling involves a host of legal and financial implications in terms of local tax laws. Depending on the type of client (B2B or B2C), the location (inside or outside of the EU), and the distance selling limits, businesses have a variety of tax responsibilities. Even digital products (reports, tutorials, online magazines, games) are subject to tax regulations in some countries.

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A closer look at how Dayuse, a pioneer in daytime hotel room booking, is set to conquer the American market.

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Dayuse.com is the world’s number one daytime hotel booking agent. The startup is opening up digital opportunities for a market that was previously invisible: daytime hotel room booking for several hours, with reduced pricing.

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5 things to know if you want to enter the Spanish market

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Many businesses, from start-ups to large corporations decide to expand their business on an international scale. Strategies vary according to the company, its management, the target county and its political, economical and cultural context. There are several elements which must be taken into account in order to achieve successful growth overseas. Spain is no exception to the rule! In this article find out 5 things you should know before attempting to enter the Spanish market:
 

 

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How to build a solid cross-border sales strategy

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Global online shoppers usually buy from foreign countries to find better product availability and prices. As they shop online from these international websites, they expect the same services that they receive from local businesses.

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