The Basque Association

of Language Industries

What is Langune?

LANGUNE is an association of Basque Country companies belonging to the Language Industry sector. This association was set up in 2010 and brings together over 35 companies in the spheres of translation, content, teaching and language technologies. Read more.


6th LANGUNE General Assembly. Language industries in the Basque Country had a turnover of €280m in 2014 #langune2015

The Language Industries sector of the Autonomous Community of the Basque Country had a turnover of €280,122,244 last year – a 0.87% increase over last year, in a sector employing 5,159 people, meaning a growth of 1.26% compared to 2013 and accounting for 0.50% of the employed population in the Basque Country


Today sees the launch of the Automotive Dictionary, a specialised lexicon for the sector produced by six companies working in collaboration

The dictionary has gathered together about 2,637 items of the sector’s terminology and can be consulted over the Internet in six languages

Language Technology

MondragonLingua Translation & Communication launches a new Machine Translation Service (TA)

The translation and localisation engineering department of Mondragon Lingua, in collaboration with the Vicomtech-IK4 research centre, and coordinated by ISEA, has recently completed the development of a customizable Machine Translation (MT) engine which is able to generate multilingual content and with which MondragonLingua will optimise its translation service to its customers in terms of cost and efficiency


Elduaien: Some Tips for Language Learning Abroad by TROY PEDEN

If you are studying, volunteering or interning abroad in a non-English speaking destination language learning is probably a high priority for you


Ebola outbreak in West Africa: Translators without Borders helping to save lives with CDC information in four local languages

Translators without Borders (TWB), whose Consulting Committee has MondragonLingua as a member, reports that the organization has assisted the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to provide critical preventative information on the Ebola virus in local West African languages as well as French

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