International Companies in Russian business!
During Soviet time, Russia was able to actually cater for the whole Social Camp, and one century ago Russia was strong enough to feed the entire Europe with all kinds of food products, like cheese, fish, preserved food stuff and all other products.
Russian rivers were swarming with all sorts of fishes. Salmon with black caviar was nothing unusual for Russian markets. Fish was so abounding that it was even used for burning the stove in a house.
Unfortunately those times passed but nevertheless Russian farmers still use the lands for ample harvests and for breeding a lot of flocks and herds.
For instance, Krasnodar region is rich in fruits and vegetables, which are supplied to all other regions and exported overseas.
Sheep pastured in step land is considered to have the best quality meat for nutrition. Caspian Sea and other lakes and rivers are one of the best sources of black caviar in the world. Far East Okhotsk Sea has been the major field for catching all kinds of sea fishes and animals for internal use and for exporting as well.
Fertile lands are plowed and used for seeding different kinds of grain crops, like wheat, rye, barley, and other kinds. Presently Russia is one of major exporters of grain crops to Europe. Mainly, the crops are cultivated in the south of Russia.
Apple, peach, plum, cherry, mandarins, oranges, tomatoes, cucumbers, potatoes, beet-roots, cabbage, and many other sorts of fruits and vegetables are cultivated in Russia. It makes this country not just self-sufficient but rich enough to supply its produce to foreign countries.
Vast lands of Russia and its great potential attracted many international companies and organizations specializing in cultivation and farming. Thus Russian fields and pastures became places of interests if not for tourists but for definitely interested persons. These persons are representatives of international companies having business in different countries.
Globalization brought foreign investors to Russian agriculture and farming as well. From the time of emerging new economic system in Russia, fields and pastures were purchased by companies from the government. And now it became quite common to have a foreign shareholder in Russian company. This circumstance and active business activity in agriculture and farming raised the need in English to Russian translation in the above areas.
In order to translate Russian to English one has to find a good English translator having very good knowledge of Russian language. Likewise, if one needs to translate English to Russian, it will be required to look for a professional Russian translator having vast working experience with foreign companies or partners.