Data from One Hour Translation, the world’s fastest human translation agency, reveals that during H1 2014, translations into Spanish (Spain and Latin-America) are the most popular, accounting for approximately 21% of all translations worldwide, followed by French and then German which account for 11.30% and 12.18% respectively. The biggest growth comes from IT related translations, specifically software and e-commerce translations into Spanish which have seen a 5% growth over the past months.

The data illustrates that whilst the Spanish economy emerged from its recession last September and is coming to terms with the related consequences of the downturn, international consumers are still seeing significant opportunities in the Spanish market. Additionally, interest in Latin America has remained positive through the first half of the year, especially following statements made by both China and Russia that the two global powerhouses were seeking full-scale trade cooperation with the states in the region. More.

See: Digital Journal

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