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21:29 Mar 10, 2007
English to French translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - Law: Taxation & Customs / European VAT
English term or phrase:moving supply
A doc written in Austria in English speaks of "moving supply" and "resting supply" as two legs (in any order) of a shipment done in two phases within the European Union.
European tax regulations consider that only one phase is tax-free -- the "moving supply"
Is that legitimate English, or an akward rendition of German ?
Explanation: Je pense qu'il s'agit de marchandises qui transitent à travers un pays européen mais qui sont à destination d'un autre pays.
iol France Local time: 15:47 Native speaker of: French PRO pts in category: 7
Notes to answerer
Asker: No, sorry.
1. Both are in transit. The terminology must reflect a contrast between the two types of shipment
2. Actually, the English word in the source text may well be a sloppy translation of a German term.
NB the Kudoz mechanism is ill-adapted for pairs of words.
Asker: Precision: both are in transit within the EU.