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'MSE begann 1992 mit der Produktion von elektronischen Bauteilen und beschäfigt zur Zeit rund 500 Mitarbeiter, Tendenz steigend.'
I wrote: 'MSE started producing electronic components in 1992 and currently employs approximately 500 people, a number with an upward trend.'
- I'm not too sure about the last part of the sentence, the appendix with the 'steigende Tendenz'. Does this make sense and does it sound ok to an American? (The text is from a table listing different firms and their lines of business and areas of expertise, most of the sentences are very brief, some of them are not even whole sentences)