house rates

English translation: discounted rates

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English term or phrase:house rates
English translation:discounted rates
Entered by: lindaellen

08:01 Jul 31, 2007
English to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Printing & Publishing / license agreement
English term or phrase: house rates
A foreign magazine will be issued in Croatian language soon, and this is an excerpt from the contract I am translating... I have no ideas how to translate house rates and open rates... I know they are prices but can someone please elaborate a bit:

...as to additional pages, to make Foreign Language Edition house rates available to LICENSOR on an exchange basis with LICENSOR at LICENSOR’s house rates which should be no less than 50% percent discount off of the open rates founds in the LICENSEE rate card.
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discounted rates
Explanation:
I understand it to mean, that there are 2 different rates, internal with discount for licencees and other partners, and open rates for the general public.
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lindaellen
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thank u
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discounted rates


Explanation:
I understand it to mean, that there are 2 different rates, internal with discount for licencees and other partners, and open rates for the general public.

lindaellen
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
thank u
Notes to answerer
Asker: I was thinking the same , but wasn't sure... thx much


Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  LFQ: that's my view too.
11 mins

agree  John Alphonse: It may be referring to in-house rates as an employee rather than as a subcontracted freelancer at an open rate.
13 hrs
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