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Message de lisouille03 posté le 15-02-2017 à 14:06:17 (S | E | F)
Bonjour,
je dois rendre une recherche sur les produits français de luxe au Japon. Quelqu'un pourrait-il m'aider à corriger ou améliorer mon texte s'il vous plait ?
Merci pour vos réponses.

a. The Japanese Market.
The Japanese market has its own specificities which the industries have to take into account which become established there, in particular in the case of luxury goods industries.
First of all, Japan is a country in the high purchasing power.  

Their high purchasing power allows prices of luxury products of any origins, to be higher 50 % in Japan than everywhere else in the world, estimates Yves Saint-Laurent.
Then, Japanese don’t hesitate to assign a large percentage of their earnings to this type of spending: the Japanese active women (between 25 and 35 years especially) invest until 15 % of their annual incomes in fashion accessories.

The Japanese are besides very sensitive to the novelty of a product and are ready to pay a high price for the fact of being the first ones to have a product. It explains for example their passion of the new Beaujolais, but especially their sensibility to trend, in particular in term of fashion design and other luxury products.
Japan is a country which knew combined tradition and modernity, and it’s one of in particular reasons for whom the Japanese feel close to French people. But it is also one of reasons why Japan likes the hand-crafted aspect of luxury products which benefits in France, famous worldwide for its crafts.

b. Competition on the Japanese market of luxury.
Three countries from which come from Japanese imports in the sector "jeweler's store" are the USA, Italy and France. It is also three countries which dominate the luxury market at the world level. These three countries represent almost 65 % of imports on this market.
Even if Japan is also an exporting country, on this market the trade balance is clearly negative. Between 2002 and 2003, the imports on this market drop, however those coming from France fall little in comparison to the trend.

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Modifié par lucile83 le 15-02-2017 17:49


Réponse : French Luxury/Aide de lisouille03, postée le 17-02-2017 à 10:45:09 (S | E)
Personne ?



Réponse : French Luxury/Aide de gerondif, postée le 17-02-2017 à 12:00:55 (S | E)
Bonjour,
Il y a des structures "à la française" dans votre texte.
Erreurs en bleu, corrections en vert.

a. The Japanese Market.
The Japanese market has its own specificities which the industries have to take into account which become established there,(la relative est trop loin de l'antécédent, il vaudrait mieux mettre du participe présent, les industries désirant s'implanter là-bas) in particular in the case of the luxury goods industries.
First of all, Japan is a country in (plutôt avec)the high purchasing power.

Their high purchasing power allows prices of luxury products of any origins, to be higher 50 % (à inverser) in Japan than everywhere else in the world, estimates Yves Saint-Laurent.(pas d'inversion en anglais)
Then, the Japanese don’t hesitate to assign a large percentage of their earnings to this type of spending: the Japanese active women (between 25 and 35 years (non, years tout seul est un élément de durée, comme 35 ans en prison) especially) invest until 15 % of their annual incomes in fashion accessories.

The Japanese are besides(placé à la française alors qu'il doit venir en premier) very sensitive to the novelty of a product and are ready to pay a high price for the fact of being the first ones to have a product. It explains for example their passion of for the new Beaujolais, but especially their sensibility to trend, in particular in terms of fashion design and other luxury products.
Japan is a country which knew combined (qui sait combiner, comment combiner ?) tradition and modernity, and it’s one of in(vous aviez écrit dans au lieu de des et un traducteur se serait planté?) particular reasons for whom(reasons n'est pas un être humain) the Japanese feel close to French people. But it is also one of reasons why Japan likes the hand-crafted aspect of luxury products which benefits (verbe transitif) in France, famous worldwide for its crafts.

b. Competition on the Japanese market of luxury.
The three countries from which come from (ne pas inverser, ce n'est pas une phrase interrogative) Japanese imports in the sector "jeweler's store" (à inverser)are the USA, Italy and France. It is also three countries which dominate the luxury market at the world level. These three countries represent almost 65 % of imports on this market.
Even if Japan is also an exporting country, on this market the trade balance is clearly negative. Between 2002 and 2003, the imports on this market drop (prétérit), however (virgule) those coming from France fall little in comparison to the trend.



Réponse : French Luxury/Aide de lisouille03, postée le 17-02-2017 à 15:06:43 (S | E)
Merci beaucoup pour votre aide !

a. The Japanese Market.
The Japanese market has its own specificities which the industries have to take into account companies wishing to locate over there, in particular in the case of the luxury goods industries.
First of all, Japan is a country with the high purchasing power.  

Their high purchasing power allows prices of luxury products of any origins, to be 50 % higher in Japan than everywhere else in the world, Yves Saint-Laurent estimates.
Then, the Japanese don’t hesitate to assign a large percentage of their earnings to this type of spending: the Japanese active women (between 25 and 35 years old especially) invest until 15 % of their annual incomes in fashion accessories.

Besides, The Japanese are very sensitive to the novelty of a product and are ready to pay a high price for the fact of being the first ones to have a product. It explains for example their passion for the new Beaujolais, but especially their sensibility to trend, particular in terms of fashion design and other luxury products.
Japan is a country which knows how to combine tradition and modernity, and that is one of the reasons why the Japanese feel close to French people. But it is also one of reasons why Japan likes the hand-crafted aspect of luxury products which benefits for France, famous worldwide for its crafts.

b. Competition on the Japanese market of luxury.
The three countries from which come Japanese imports in the "jeweler's store” sector are the USA, Italy and France. These are also three countries which dominate the luxury market at the world level. These three countries represent almost 65 % of imports on this market.
Even if Japan is also an exporting country, on this market the trade balance is clearly negative. Between 2002 and 2003, the imports on this market dropped however, those coming from France fall little in comparison to the trend.




Réponse : French Luxury/Aide de gerondif, postée le 17-02-2017 à 20:50:18 (S | E)
Bonsoir
a. The Japanese Market.
The Japanese market has its own specificities which the industries * have to take into account (*companies wishing to locate over there à placer au bon endroit!), in particular in the case of the luxury goods industries.
First of all, Japan is a country with the high purchasing power.

Their high purchasing power allows prices of luxury products of any origins, to be 50 % higher in Japan than everywhere else in the world, Yves Saint-Laurent estimates.
Then, the Japanese don’t hesitate to assign a large percentage of their earnings to this type of spending: the Japanese active women (between 25 and 35 years old especially) invest until 15 % of their annual incomes in fashion accessories.

Besides, The Japanese are very sensitive to the novelty of a product and are ready to pay a high price for the fact of being to be the first ones to have a product. It explains for example their passion for the new Beaujolais, but especially their sensibility to trend, particular in terms of fashion design and other luxury products.
Japan is a country which knows how to combine tradition and modernity, and that is one of the reasons why the Japanese feel close to French people. But it is also one of reasons why Japan likes the hand-crafted aspect of luxury products which benefits for (benefit est un verbe transitif direct, il n'y a pas de préposition) France, famous worldwide for its crafts.

b. Competition on the Japanese market of luxury (faites un nom composé).
The three countries from which come Japanese imports (ne pas faire d'inversion) in the "jeweler's store” sector are the USA, Italy and France. These are also three countries which dominate the luxury market at the world level. These three countries represent almost 65 % of imports on this market.
Even if Japan is also an exporting country, on this market the trade balance is clearly negative. Between 2002 and 2003, the imports on this market dropped. (point) However, those coming from France fall little in comparison to the trend.



Réponse : French Luxury/Aide de lisouille03, postée le 18-02-2017 à 15:25:27 (S | E)
comment formez-vous des noms composés ?
J'ai remplacé market of luxury par luxury market

a. The Japanese Market.
The Japanese market has its own specificities which the industries companies wishing to locate over there have to take into account, in particular in the case of the luxury goods industries.
First of all, Japan is a country with the high purchasing power.  

Their high purchasing power allows prices of luxury products of any origins, to be 50 % higher in Japan than everywhere else in the world, Yves Saint-Laurent estimates. 
Then, the Japanese don’t hesitate to assign a large percentage of their earnings to this type of spending: the Japanese active women (between 25 and 35 years old especially) invest until 15 % of their annual incomes in fashion accessories.

Besides, The Japanese are very sensitive to the novelty of a product and are ready to pay a high price to be the first ones to have a product. It explains for example their passion for the new Beaujolais, but especially their sensibility to trend, particular in terms of fashion design and other luxury products.
Japan is a country which knows how to combine tradition and modernity, and that is one of the reasons why the Japanese feel close to French people. But it is also one of reasons why Japan likes the hand-crafted aspect of luxury products which benefits France, famous worldwide for its crafts.

b. Competition on the Japanese luxury market.

The three countries from which Japanese imports come in the "jeweler's store” sector are the USA, Italy and France. These are also three countries which dominate the luxury market at the world level. These three countries represent almost 65 % of imports on this market.
Even if Japan is also an exporting country, on this market the trade balance is clearly negative. Between 2002 and 2003, the imports on this market dropped. However, those coming from France fall little in comparison to the trend.

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Modifié par lucile83 le 18-02-2017 16:04



Réponse : French Luxury/Aide de gerondif, postée le 18-02-2017 à 16:39:12 (S | E)
Bonjour.
a. The Japanese Market.
The Japanese market has its own specificities which the industries companies(un des deux est en trop) wishing to locate over there have to take into account, in particular in the case of the luxury goods industries.
First of all, Japan is a country with the high purchasing power.

Their high purchasing power allows prices of luxury products of any origins,(virgule inutile) to be 50 % higher in Japan than everywhere else in the world, Yves Saint-Laurent estimates.
Then (un autre mot pour dire par conséquent serait mieux que ce alors temporel), the Japanese don’t hesitate to assign a large percentage of their earnings to this type of spending: the Japanese active (j'aurais inversé) women (between 25 and 35 years old especially) invest until 15 % of their annual incomes (pourquoi au pluriel ?) in fashion accessories.

Besides, The Japanese are very sensitive to the novelty of a product and are ready to pay a high price to be the first ones to have a product. It explains for example their passion for the new Beaujolais, but especially their sensibility to trend, particular in terms of fashion design and other luxury products.
Japan is a country which knows how to combine tradition and modernity, and that is one of the reasons why the Japanese feel close to French people. But it is also one of reasons why Japan likes the hand-crafted aspect of luxury products which benefits France, famous worldwide for its crafts.

b. Competition on the Japanese luxury market.

The three countries from which Japanese imports come in the "jeweler's store” sector are the USA, Italy and France. These are also three countries which dominate the luxury market at the world level. These three countries represent almost 65 % of imports on this market.
Even if Japan is also an exporting country, on this market the trade balance is clearly negative. Between 2002 and 2003, the imports on this market dropped. However, those coming from France fall little in comparison to the trend.




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