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23:19 Sep 16, 2000
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
Italian term or phrase: e.p.c., C.C.I.A.A.
These are letters and faxes. At the top, there are three addresses. They start off with a., then e.p.c, then, c.c.
At the bottom with the corporate information and phone numbers, it mentions C.C.I.A.A.
Could be Camera di Commercio Internazionale but what is the rest?
Paul Sadur
Local time: 10:31
English translation:>> please see below <<
Explanation:
1) "a" = "to" (most likely)

2) "e p.c." = "and, for information" ("per conoscenza"); that is, "information copy" (as in the American English "FYI" ("for your information"))

3) "c.c." = "certified copy" ("copia conforme") [or "information copy" ("copia a conoscenza," although the latter phrase is usually abbreviated with a slash ("c/c")]

4) C.C.I.A.A. = "Camera di Commercio Industria Agricoltura e Artigianato," i.e., the Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Agriculture, and Crafts
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Heathcliff
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Explanation:
1) "a" = "to" (most likely)

2) "e p.c." = "and, for information" ("per conoscenza"); that is, "information copy" (as in the American English "FYI" ("for your information"))

3) "c.c." = "certified copy" ("copia conforme") [or "information copy" ("copia a conoscenza," although the latter phrase is usually abbreviated with a slash ("c/c")]

4) C.C.I.A.A. = "Camera di Commercio Industria Agricoltura e Artigianato," i.e., the Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Agriculture, and Crafts



    Harrap's Shorter Italian Dictionary (Zanichelli and Prentice-Hall, 1993)
    JPRS Report: Italy (Foreign Broadcast Information Service, 1993)
Heathcliff
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