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pricing for Russian translations, editing
Thread poster: ealexanderda
ealexanderda
Russian to English
May 2, 2006

Dear colleagues,

I have just signed up for Pro Z and have no idea what kinds of fees translators usually demand for their work. I have experience translating books and articles in Russia. I was paid, but the work I did was as a special favor to people I knew, so I don't really know what the going rates are.

What is a standard rate for translation of documents (especially from Russian to English)?

How much is commonly charged for tasks such as editing and proofreading of translations?

Thanks,
Ethan


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