charge d'affaires

English translation: business manager

10:41 Dec 10, 2000
French to English translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
French term or phrase: charge d'affaires
This is used in a business context and appears to be a job title, no context just mentioned as part of the organisation along with operations manager, quality manager etc.
English translation:business manager
Explanation:
or something along those lines. An accent is missing as it ought to read "chargé d'affaires". "Chargé" is a common way of describing a managerial post, or sometimes even non-managerial where a certain degree of responsibility is required byt the person who fills the post.
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naDeputy Chief of Mission. DCM
Diane Fontainebleau Pochй
nabusiness manager
Nikki Scott-Despaigne


  

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business manager


Explanation:
or something along those lines. An accent is missing as it ought to read "chargé d'affaires". "Chargé" is a common way of describing a managerial post, or sometimes even non-managerial where a certain degree of responsibility is required byt the person who fills the post.

Nikki Scott-Despaigne
Local time: 19:58
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Deputy Chief of Mission. DCM


Explanation:
Within the United States Department of State, Diplomatic Corps, this title is often translated as the position second in command to the Ambassador.



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Diane Fontainebleau Pochй
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