Official language of 6 countries including Germany, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein; it is also recognized as a national minority language of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Poland and Namibia; German today stands as one of the top 10 business languages of the world.
A key player of the European Union, Germany exerts its influence not only on Europe, but also around the world, as it is the world’s largest exporter of goods (vehicles, machines, metals, chemical products), where 1 in 3 Euros and 1 in 4 jobs depend solely on exports. According to the Investopedia stats of 2016, Germany has the 4th most powerful economy in the world. 1 out of 10 books
published around the world is in German, however one must ideally know the language in order to read these books, as they are not translated in many languages.
- Key member of the EU
- Official language of 6 countries
- Among the top 10 business languages of the world
- Largest exporter of vehicles, machines, chemicals, metals in the world
- 1 in 4 German jobs depend on exports
- 4th most powerful economy in the world
Germans arrived in India during the 1700s when missionaries set foot in the country for sharing the gospel message. It is interesting to note that the Malayalam translation of the Bible was done by a German scholar named Dr. Herman Gundert during the same time, who then also researched and documented findings about Indian languages. IIT Madras was too built with the help of Technical University in Aachen. Today, German – English translation service can be found majorly in Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, New Delhi, Pune
. Its increasing popularity in Indian schools & colleges, as second language puts it in a place much ahead of Asian languages, which are yet to create their impact here in our educational institutions.
The world is no stranger to the fact, that Germany is a leader in science, research, trade, business among other areas, which is why many people today are learning German to be able to participate in this global exchange, which will only become more accessible to the world, in the coming decades. Speaking of business, there are around 1000 German companies in India. A notable organization in India, which allows for mutual interaction, is the Indo – German Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
We, at CMM Languages offer translation and interpretation service from German to English and vice versa among other 65+ Indian and world languages.Contact us to get more information or a quote for your requirement.