ad investimento zero

French translation: à investissement zéro / sans investissement...

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Italian term or phrase:ad investimento zero
French translation:à investissement zéro / sans investissement...
Entered by: elysee

03:27 Oct 5, 2006
Italian to French translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Marketing / Market Research
Italian term or phrase: ad investimento zero
Contesto: espositore di biglietti augurali

Dare ai commercianti un Display fornito con i nostri prodotti aggiornati mensilmente *** ad investimento zero può essere comodo e piacevole. ***

... à investissement nul peut être pratique et agréable ??
je pense qu'il y a mieux pour cette partie de phrase....

Pour "dare" j'hésite entre "offrir" ou "fournir"...
selon vous ?

Merci d'avance pour vos idées!
elysee
Italy
Local time: 13:59
sans investissement...
Explanation:
mais on trouve aussi beaucoup d' "investissement zéro". Pour "dare", les deux vont bien mais aussi: approvisioner ou ravitailler. :o)
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sophie delapree
Italy
Local time: 13:59
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Merci beaucoup Sophie...et à toutes!
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4 +3sans investissement...
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sans investissement...


Explanation:
mais on trouve aussi beaucoup d' "investissement zéro". Pour "dare", les deux vont bien mais aussi: approvisioner ou ravitailler. :o)


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sophie delapree
Italy
Local time: 13:59
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Merci beaucoup Sophie...et à toutes!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Christine Cramay-Valentini: Investissement zéro.
19 mins
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agree  Francine Alloncle
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agree  Delphine Brunel (X)
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