27% Increase in Greek Translation in 2010
27% Increase in Greek Translation in 2010. 27% Increase in Demand to Greek Translation due to Greece Economical Crisis in the First 5 Month Of 2010 Compared to the Same Period Last Year. New York, NY (PRWEB) June 25, 2010 -- Since the financial crisis hit Greece in the beginning of the year there was a sharp rise in the demand for Greek translations compared to other West European languages. Greek translations rose 27% to total of 6% of Western European languages translations including French, Italian, German, and Spanish. The rise in Greek translation was most evident in translations between Greek and German, French, English and Spanish.
Increase in Greek Translation
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