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    related with or related to

    Please, which is correct?

    Problems related with a lack of infrastructure.

    Problems related to a lack of infrastructure.

    I have always used "related to" but keep finding "related with" in this article I'm reading. So now I have doubts.

    Many thanks in advance.

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    Re: related with or related to

    Quote Originally Posted by bosentino View Post
    Please, which is correct?

    Problems related with a lack of infrastructure.

    Problems related to a lack of infrastructure.

    I have always used "related to" but keep finding "related with" in this article I'm reading. So now I have doubts.

    Many thanks in advance.
    "Related to" is correct.

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