Translators Associations Africa: Egypt

Egypt: Translators Associations from the country of Cleopatra

Translation Associations AfricaEgypt is a transcontinental country, mainly in North Africa, but with the Sinai Peninsula forming a land bridge in Southwest Asia. It was once the centre of the civilisation that made Cleopatra or Ramses famous. At present, it is an Arab republic, and one of the most important economies in the area. With 81 million inhabitants, Egypt is also one of the most populous countries in Africa and the Middle East. Due to its wealthy history, Egypt is visited for its monuments (the pyramids, in particular) but also for its summer resorts.

Lexis estimates there are at least 2 national translators associations in Egypt.

One of the most important interpreting and translation associations in the country is EGYTA, the Egyptian Translators Association. Another Egyptian translators association is the one that unites translators and linguists, ETLA.

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