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06:23 Mar 27, 2001
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO] Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase:Licenciado en Comercio Internacional
Explanation: Also: Graduate in International Trade
It seems to me that "Licenciado" means only "graduate" without any special (master, bachelor etc.) scientific grade depending of educational institution (college, university etc.)and country(Globalink Power Translator Pro Ver.4.3.1)
Please take into account that there is no equivalence between scientific grades in various countries.
Guadalupe Manzo Santoyo
East USA and Central America Promotion