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Sep 3, 2007


I have a very simple question (and hope I posted it into the right forum) - how to find info on the EU tenders where the EU posts them for translation agencies and freelancers (as "exterior vendors"). I have searched the Internt, but to be fair, I have not found anything yet (maybe I did the search in a wrong way). Any hints, links, and so on, esp. what is related to the new EU member languages?

Best regards and thanks in advance.


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Is this what you were looking for? Sep 3, 2007

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Daphne Theodoraki  Identity Verified
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TED Sep 4, 2007

TED is the supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union. That's where you 'll find all tenders, the contracting authority, description, conditions, etc. It includes all published tenders and contract notices - from translation to construction work - so you 'll have to refine your search in the Normal Search part.

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