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Founded in 1983, Powerling is one of the leading language service providers in Europe, where it is ranked in the Top 25 and the Top 100 worldwide. Experienced and innovative, the company provides tailor-made language services to companies which want to develop in the global market. Powerling mobilizes its teams of project managers, innovative technological solution experts and its teams of specialists in more than 75 languages to create the solutions that meet your needs: localization, multilingual websites, interpretation, translation, auditing, packaging, multimedia content.
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In Peru, the testimony of native communitiesDiscover the testimonies of members of local native communities who are leading a vast reforestation project in Tarapoto, Peru, supported by Reforest'Action and the Urku Centre.
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