Asunción, the Mother of Cities, is Paraguay’s capital and gateway to Peru and the rest of South America
Paraguay might be considered a poor country but it is rich in natural resources. It is one of the biggest producers and the fifth largest exporter of soya beans in the world. Its beef is world-renown. The country has the largest drinking water reservoir in the world, the Guarani Aquifer and is the biggest producer of hydroelectric power from the Itaipú Dam.
The history of Paraguay is synonymous with the history of Asunción, the largest city in the country and its capital. Asunción is an autonomous city, formally known as Ciudad de Asunción, with a metropolitan area called Gran Asunción.
While the country was under the Spanish colonial rule for three centuries, it succeeded in retaining its indigenous identity. Hence, Spanish and Guarani are the official languages of Paraguay, spoken all over the country, including the autonomous region of Asunción. The capital city is where more than 10% of the country’s population lives, with a high concentration of productive workforce.
The country, after shedding not only tears but also blood through years of struggle, from independence from Spain to internal struggles from the clutches of a series of dictatorial rulers and the wars against other nations that were caused by a few, Paraguay is slowly struggling to get back on its feet. Its economy has grown by 14.5% in 2010 and the country was ranked third after Qatar and Singapore in economic expansion. Although its economic growth slowed down in 2011, it is still considered healthy.
From years of depending in its agricultural economy, Paraguay is slowly getting industrialized and the manufacturing industries in the country are increasing their production and employment. The viable industries available in the country are attracting local and international investments. With the advent of more foreign investments, the need for language translation and interpretation in the country is very much in demand.
Paraguay is both rural and refined, a natural contrast that could drive away, but most often charm brave and adventure-driven travelers. It is sparsely populated and landlocked, Paraguay lies between Argentina, Bolivia, and Brazil. However, despite that, it has its fascinating and popular getaways, like Lake Ypacarai, which is not far from its main capital, Asunción. In spite of political uncertainties and relapse on reforms and infrastructure development, Your Spanish Translation, LLC understands Paraguay’s potentials and value globally, that is why we make sure our company’s presence in Paraguay is solid by streamlining our Spanish translation, Spanish interpreting services, and workforce so we can excel in catering to anyone or any business.
Your Spanish Translation, LLC has offices worldwide, including Asunción, enabling us to provide you with a professional translator or interpreter anytime and in any part of Asunción, as well as throughout Paraguay.
With tourism and international business pursuits and opportunities in Paraguay, accurate translation of your documents ensures that you are reaching those individuals directly and professionally in a language they can relate to. A professional document translation, perfectly done, will not only attract residents of the area you want to insinuate yourself into, but also impacts visitors or people wanting to relocate.
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