Business communication and Italian commercial correspondence
Despite more frequent use of e-mails, fax messages, or memos, letters still have their role in trade. At the same time, this form of correspondence adapts itself to current times, with the purpose of not being eliminated by "competition", adopting new formats and structures. The present paper tries to make a brief presentation of the main means of communication, with a particular accent on business correspondence. A detailed description will be given to the types of Italian business letters (circulars, bids, requests, orders, etc.), to their subcategories (external and internal circulars, offers of goods and services etc.), to their aesthetic format and to their structures.
Volume (Year): XVIII (2012)
Issue (Month): (May)
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