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Pandora Box launches a new service on the market, the translation of legislation available in its database, inBR1.
The service will offer translations of legislation from Portuguese into English, French and Chinese.
According to Fernanda Cabanas, Managing Director of Pandora Box “we have noticed in recent years a special interest by foreign investors in Mozambique and it makes sense for us to provide this complementary service by overcoming the language constraint and reducing the cost of getting legal information about Mozambique for a correct understanding of the normative reality of the country in order to reduce their risk of investment.”
The launch of this new service is part of a wider project to introduce new services in the market, rebranding existing services so that the company can adapt itself to the new demands of the national and international market.
“Pandora Box has unique technical competence in document management and holds the most complete legislative body in Mozambique since 1894 in digital format. It also has all the necessary tools to offer new products and services available on the market in other languages besides Portuguese. And this is one of our main objectives for the next 2 years. “- Fernanda Cabanas said.
Pandora Box is a Mozambican company operating in the field of Document Management since 1997.
More information can be found on the website www.panbox.co.mzSource: Pandora Box / Press Release