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Quoting of Asian Languages
Thread poster: Marcel Vilanez
Marcel Vilanez
Canada
Local time: 01:12
Member (2013)
English to French
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Feb 24, 2009

Hi! I'm a Project Manager and I was wondering if anyone could help me. I'd like to be able to give quicker quotes to my clients when the source documents are in Japanese and Chinese. What is the best way to figure out the best estimate on a job to secure the deal quickly without having to wait for a translator to give their quote?

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