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    Hello,

    could you please tell me which tense should I use in the following sentece:

    We maintain (or have maintained) a long-term business relation - more than one year.

    Thank you very much.

    Hanka

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    Re: long-term

    Quote Originally Posted by Hanka
    Hello,
    could you please tell me which tense should I use in the following sentece:
    We maintain (or have maintained) a long-term business relation - more than one year.
    Thank you very much.
    Hanka

    Have maintained - started in the past and is still efective now. A good use of the present perfect tense.

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