The economies of the Eastern European countries have been rapidly increasing ever since the fall of the Iron Curtain in the early 1990s. With the breakups of the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia, smaller countries, each with their own unique languages emerged. Many of these countries quickly launched to become 21st century economies competing on the global market.
Linguistically, many of the Eastern European languages are related. The Slavic language family is most prevalent here, branching out between Western, Eastern and Southern Slavic languages. The Baltic languages are also unique, while Hungarian stands as a isolated language family surrounded by Indo-European languages.
If your business is expanding into any part of Eastern Europe, it would be wise to have all your business material translated. Contact us today to get a free quote for your Eastern European language translations.
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