Italian Business Dictionary

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Schreiber Pub., 2006 - Business & Economics - 251 pages
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International business in the 21st century requires a new kind of dictionary. The Italian Business Dictionary fulfills such a need. This dictionary is designed to facilitate business between Italian and English-speaking countries. The first of its kind to provide the business terms of the United States and Italy, it is an invaluable tool for communicating in the global market.
These terms encompass accounting, economics, insurance, real estate, modern banking, computers, the Internet, and more. Terms used by organizations like the United Nations, World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund are also included.

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Morry Sofer is the founder of a major translation company in the Washington DC area, with 20 book translations and a dozen books on translation to his credit.

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