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Thanks for the letter, sent on your intentions to expand your business, into other countries.

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Thanks for the letter, sent on your intentions to expand your business, into other countries.
asked Jun 24 '13 at 10:59 Valeri New member

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Thanks for your letter informing me of your plans for international business development.

link comment answered Jun 24 '13 at 12:22 Michael Cranfield Expert
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I like Michael's answer, but it's also OK to leave your phrase "expand your business into other countries" (as long as you lose the comma, which is unnecessary). "International business development" is more concise, but its meaning might not be as specific as you want to be.

 

Thanks for your letter informing me of your plans to expand your business into other countries.

link comment answered Jun 24 '13 at 21:54 Actually Holly Expert

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