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English translation: The (Autonomous) Community renounces to mixed management

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04:14 Oct 11, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: vease abajo
(after optando por una privatización parcial)

....anunció asimismo que la entrada de capital privado sería total, con lo que la Comunidad renuncia a la gestión mixta.

I think I understand this, but if you are sure you do, I'd love your clarification and translation. Thanks.

(Newspaper article, Spain.)
Gloria Nichols
United States
Local time: 22:42
English translation:The (Autonomous) Community renounces to mixed management
Explanation:
I believe Telef´s translations are pretty good. Maybe what´s confusing is the term "Community". In Spain, it means Comunidad Autónoma o Autonomía, something like a region or a federal state. The Sociedades Mixtas de Gestión are formed by public and private capital, having what´s called "mixed management" or management from both parties.The public-capital party-la Autonomía- is selling its shares to the private-capital party,therefore renouncing to the management of the society.
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xxxTransOl
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All the answers were really great, and the more answers I read, the clearer the situation became. Except what to do with "renunciar," since I simply didn't understand why they used that term. Heuro, your answer finally made something click: they meant, literally, "to resign." Immense thanks to all of you for helping me out of murky depths!
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Summary of answers provided
naThe (Autonomous) Community renounces to mixed managementxxxTransOl
na(after-the-fact quibbles: Heuro's explanation is a fine one; however, ...Heathcliff
naANOTHER VERSION BELOWTelesforo Fernandez
nadeclared that .....Telesforo Fernandez
naA proposal
two2tango
naSee belowIvan Sanchez
naHere's a tryPhillip Berryman


  

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Here's a try


Explanation:
a free rendering:
..likewise announced that private capital will enter fully, and hence the Community is waiving the option of a public-private approach.

In your actual translation you may want to stick a little closer to the text.

PB


Phillip Berryman
Local time: 22:42
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1 hr
A proposal


Explanation:
"... also announced that the investment by public capitals would be unrestricted, meaning that the Community renounces its participation in a mixed administration"
Regards!

two2tango
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Local time: 00:42
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1 hr
See below


Explanation:
'Also stated the full acceptance of private sources capitals, therefore, the Community waives the joint-venture.
Luck!

Ivan Sanchez
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1 hr
declared that .....


Explanation:
IT ALSO DECLARED THAT THE ENTIRE CAPITAL INFUSED SHALL BE PRIVATE, PROVIDED THAT THE COMMUNITY AGREED NOT HAVE A MIXED MANAGEMENT

MIXED MANAGEMENT MEANS MANAGEMENT BY BOTH THE PARTIES. THEY WANT MANAGEMENT BY PRIVATE PARTY ONLY.

Telesforo Fernandez
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1 hr
ANOTHER VERSION BELOW


Explanation:
IT ALSO ANNOUNCED THAT THE ENTRY OF THE PRIVATE CAPITAL SHALL BE TOTAL, AND WITH THAT THE COMMUNITY GIVES UP THE MIXED MANAGEMENT.

Telesforo Fernandez
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9 hrs
The (Autonomous) Community renounces to mixed management


Explanation:
I believe Telef´s translations are pretty good. Maybe what´s confusing is the term "Community". In Spain, it means Comunidad Autónoma o Autonomía, something like a region or a federal state. The Sociedades Mixtas de Gestión are formed by public and private capital, having what´s called "mixed management" or management from both parties.The public-capital party-la Autonomía- is selling its shares to the private-capital party,therefore renouncing to the management of the society.

xxxTransOl
PRO pts in pair: 37
Grading comment
All the answers were really great, and the more answers I read, the clearer the situation became. Except what to do with "renunciar," since I simply didn't understand why they used that term. Heuro, your answer finally made something click: they meant, literally, "to resign." Immense thanks to all of you for helping me out of murky depths!

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15 hrs
(after-the-fact quibbles: Heuro's explanation is a fine one; however, ...


Explanation:
in English the verb "renounce" doesn't take a preposition. That is, the party doesn't "renounce to the management," but simply "renounces the management." Ahd here, "sociedad" = "company," no?

Otherwise, great!

-- HC

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