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» Business plan for translators: Why do they need one? How to use it?
By Moisés Jomarrón de la Cerda (X) | Published 02/6/2012 | Business of Translation and Interpreting | Recommendation:
Business plan is a sine qua non condition for starting a business. In some countries it is necessary for any kind of financial support. This article gives some ideas about how to write this document and suggests a basic structure adapted to the translation market. Key words: Business plan for translators, Marketing and Financial plans, price policy.
» La naturalidad de la traducción. Dificultades específicas en el par Ruso – Español
By Moisés Jomarrón de la Cerda (X) | Published 02/9/2012 | Art of Translation and Interpreting | Recommendation:
Una buena traducción se debe poder leer como si fuera un texto original. Es un principio básico e indiscutible. Cuando se trabaja con dos lenguas al unísono, es muy difícil apartarse de una para quedarse sumergido en la segunda, la de llegada, la que va a leer el consumidor de la traducción. Si esas lenguas son muy diferentes en su estructura formal y en la cultura de la sociedad en la que existen, la tarea se hace hercúlea. Vea aquí algunas dificultades que presenta la traducción del ruso al español.
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