contrat de sous-traitance

English translation: subcontracting agreement

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French term or phrase:contrat de sous-traitance
English translation:subcontracting agreement
Entered by: Calou

13:22 Apr 29, 2005
French to English translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s)
French term or phrase: contrat de sous-traitance
contrat de sous-traitance
pilgrims
subcontract
Explanation:
Routledge finance
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subcontract


Explanation:
Routledge finance


Calou
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agree  Cristina Giannetti
1 min
  -> Grazie Cristina

agree  writeaway: it's a subcontracting agreement . oh dear-I have the Routledge German-English Finance dico and that is dreadful. I have the French-English techy one and that is fine. So have no idea about the Fr-En Finance. nice if I could remember what dicos I have....
2 mins
  -> Really ?! Cheers Writeaway ;o)

agree  Erik Macki: Yes, writeaway is right on this one: subcontracting agreement.
17 mins
  -> I agree, thank you Erik

agree  Sarah Walls: subcontracting agreement
34 mins
  -> Thank you Sarah

agree  Kate Hudson
38 mins
  -> Thank you Kate
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