Markets are expanding globally leading to economic benefits for all concerned. Governments are signing bilateral trade agreements advantageous for their people. As business investments are growing between countries of different languages and cultures, there is an increasing need for translation services. Spain is the 7th largest trading partner, from the European Union, in India. This is creating a need for Spanish Translation Services; to understand and translate not only business documents but also legal contracts, financial statements, etc.
Rising “India – Spain” Co-operation: Celebrating more than 60 years of India-Spain diplomatic relations, the two governments are formulating an action plan to foster close ties between the two countries. Embracing strategic business deals and exchanging cultural extravaganza are both on the anvil. With rising collaboration and cooperation between the respective think tanks, an effective translation of contracts, letter deposition, etc. in Spanish from English and vice-versa is the need of the hour. Professional translation services are now available to ease the process.
Expanding the Bilateral Trade: Economic and commercial growth has been substantial in the last two years between Spain and India. This is a direct result of policies like ‘Avoidance of double tax’ and ‘Bilateral Investment Protection Agreement.’ More than 140 Spanish companies have invested in India in various fields like power, roads, ports, infrastructure, telecom, textile, etc. While more than 39 Indian companies and hundreds of subsidiaries have opened up an export corridor with Spain in organics, textiles, chemicals, automotive parts, etc. This burgeoning trade creates a need for competent translation services.
Cultural and Academic Correlation: There is also a strong cultural exchange between the two countries. A platform for the promotion of Indo-Spanish alliance for performances by troupes and artisans has been formed. Students are a part of the exchange programs, resulting in a requirement of qualified Spanish translators to ease the paperwork.
Translation at its best: Translating a document does not mean a ‘word for word’ conversion. Accommodating cultures, traditions and metaphors form the crux of accurate translation. A good Spanish translator will flow with the mood of the business or a legal document, fulfilling the requirements of its clients.
Listed below are a few pointers which make show a difference between a professionally translated document versus the armatures:
· Knowing the legal jargon of both languages is a must.
· Translators should have a business background.
· Cultural nuances should be addressed accurately.
· Terms need to be translated keeping their jurisdiction in mind.
· Adherence to deadlines is imperative.
· Non-disclosure agreement is a must.