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    Hi,

    I urgently need to know what the Spanish would be for a Fully Funded Documentary Letter of Credit - FFDL/C

    Does anyone know...

    Please...?

    Conor

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    Hi conor, It would be "Cartas de Créditos avaladas / respaldadas / garantizadas (principalmente con la emisión de cheques)

    Hope it helps


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    Thanks Hebe, you're a star! Don't suppose you know what a Full Corporate Offer is by any chance. I'm having a bad translation day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by conorcorderoy
    Thanks Hebe, you're a star! Don't suppose you know what a Full Corporate Offer is by any chance. I'm having a bad translation day!
    Thak you so much Conor.
    My friend without a context is a bit hard; but as a first approach I would translate it as "Oferta corporativa integral"

    PS: hope your day gets better !! patient is the key
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    Thanks Hebe. A star and a life-saver! I was going with something like Oferta Corporative Definitiva, but what worries me is that it seems to be a form of some sort. I may just end up explaining it asking my client and asking him what it's called in Spanish! I'll share what i discover.

    Thanks again,

    Conor

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    My friend; Could it be some kind of of corporate service proposal format? (Formulario de propuesta de servcios corporativos)
    Please do let me know what you find out –
    Have a sunshiny day


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