Demand for translating services drops off amid public sector cuts in UK

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Soonthon LUPKITARO(Ph.D.)  Identity Verified
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Mandatory requirements for legal documents? Aug 8, 2010

I remind that translation demand among private sectors and citizen will not be affected by tighter budgets of the public sectors in legal process e.g. court procedures. In economic recession time, disputes among businesses will demand more document translation, and I do not think that we the translators serving for the UK will be badly affected by diminishing expenses in the public services.

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Soonthon L.


 


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