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English to Japanese: Beauty / Cosmetics related translation General field: Other Detailed field: Other
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English to Japanese: Yoga related text General field: Other Detailed field: Other
Source text - English Yoga For Bedtime – YUMMY sleepy time yoga. This gentle practice is a great remedy to anyone feeling stress, anxiety or tension in the mind or body. Use this relaxation practice to decompress, prepare for a good nights rest or simply use this yoga sequence any time of day to remedy imbalance. Put on something comfy. Bookmark this video. Yoga to the rescue! Enjoy.
Translation - Japanese 就寝前のヨガ
English to Japanese: Educational Speech General field: Art/Literary Detailed field: Education / Pedagogy
Source text - English You heard that I am a professor of Humanities, and we, in Humanities, like to give big historical background and delve deeply into philosophical implications of all of this, and I will do that, but I will also get to some specific processes that have been underway at the university of late. Globalizing the university, that is my topic for next 45 minutes, and it implies that the university, the institution of higher education, which we are all in one way or another involved in, faces challenges.
Translation - Japanese ご存知の通り、私は人文学部の教授をしていますが、人文学ではおおまかな歴史背景を踏まえ、哲学面から深く掘り下げていきます。今日はその手法を取りつつ、最近大学で進行中の国際化についても触れ、45分ほどお話させていただきます。私たちは、大学という高等教育機関に何らかの形で関わっているわけなのですが、その大学の国際化は課題に直面しています。
English to Japanese: News General field: Social Sciences
Source text - English Pay Up! CFTC Issues President Of Russian Bank With $250,000 Penalty For False Statement
At a time when financial institutions across Europe are at the center of an investigation by national financial regulators, the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has commenced the new year by censuring the President of a Russian bank to the tune of $250,000 as a result of reporting irregularities relating to FX futures and options traded on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME).
US Authorities Extend Jurisdiction Overseas
In this particular case which has been reported today by the CFTC, Artem Obolensky, who is not a US citizen and resides in Moscow, has been ordered to pay a $250,000 civil monetary penalty for making false and misleading statements of material fact to CFTC staff in an interview during a CFTC Division of Enforcement investigation.
The order enforces the false statements provision of the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA), which was added by the Dodd-Frank Act.
According the CFTC, as well as holding the position of President of a Russian bank, is also a co-owner of a private investment fund located in Cyprus that, along with the bank itself, trades FX futures and options on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
The CFTC has stated that Mr. Obolensky knowingly made false and misleading statements to CFTC staff on October 13, 2011, regarding a trade in March 2012 which involved Japanese Yen call options contracts between these entities.
A distinct differentiating factor is apparent between this case, and the investigations into financial institutions which have recently been carried out in Europe. Whilst the fiscal penalties that have recently been administered to European banks for manipulating FX market parameters and failing to produce correct reports were considerably larger than that administered to Mr. Obolensky, the jurisdiction has remained within Europe and has not extended to overseas banks.
In this particular case, the US authorities applied this penalty to an overseas citizen who is also not a resident of the United States, thus demonstrating that if US regulations are not adhered to by overseas firms when operating via a US exchange or providing FX products to US customers, that entity is still likely to become the subject of an enforcement regardless of citizenship and location.
Translation - Japanese 支払い命令！CFTC、虚偽発言のロシアの銀行頭取に罰金２５万ドル支払いを命じる