Translators Associations Latin America: CTPS

Translating in the south-west of the province of Buenos Aires

Translators Associations Latin America: CTPSThe Sworn Translators South Circle (Círculo de Traductores Públicos del Sur or CTPS) was founded in 1998 in Bahía Blanca, a city located in the south-west of the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, by the Atlantic Ocean.

This translators association gathers university graduates whose main purpose is to progress and excel in their profession.

The solid professional background of the sworn translators will guarantee a service of the highest quality and confidentiality, both reliable and ethical. It will always be a good choice to consult a professional translator.

On the website of this translators association you’ll find a member’s directory where you can easily locate the professional you’re in need of. They are listed by work language – English, French, Italian and Portuguese.

On the same website, this Argentinean translators association feeds a news section – written only in Spanish.

To know more about this organization, fill in the form that’s on its website or write to info@ctps.org.ar.

Keep in mind that Spanish is dominant language in Argentina, a country where there are at least 40 spoken languages and no official tongue. Argentina is the fourth largest Spanish-speaking country, after Mexico, Spain and Colombia.


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