Singapore is considered as one of the best places to conduct business as they are friendly and accept expatriates from all corners of the world. The Romanians are no exceptions. They live and conduct their businesses peacefully in Singapore. If you are a Romania residing in Singapore either on a short or long term, you will definitely have a need to do the translations of your documents from and into Romania using several languages.
No matter the volume and technicality of your documents, our agency is the right place to go.

Romania Translators and Interpreters

Romanian translator and interpreter The trade between Singapore and Romania was estimated to be $15.5 million dollars in 2000. This shows that there is relatively strong relationship between Romania and Singapore in terms of business and economic exchange, thus a considerable demand for and into Romania translation on our agency.
We have a vast network of professional English-Romanian and Romanian-English translators  and professional Chinese-Romanian and Romanian-Chinese translators who are highly skilled in their respective fields of specialization. They will be able to effectively and accurately translate your legal, commercial or technical documents, as well as patents or websites.
We also have interpreters who perfectly understand both languages and are therefore able to act as middlemen for business and other official interpretations. If you need someone to act as your tour guide, our seasoned interpreters are always available to give you precise words interpretations.

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Please do not hesitate to contact us for a quote or for any additional information on translation or interpretation projects – we will answer you within 24 h.

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Brief History of the Romanian Language

Romanian is the native language of approximately 24 million people and is spoken by more than 30 million people living primarily in Romania and the Republic of Moldova. They are referred to as Roumanophones by linguists. Also known as Daco-Romanian in linguistics, the language is officially called Romanian in Romanian and Moldovan in the Republic of Moldova (limba moldovenească /’limba moldove’ne̯askə).