English to Korean, Chinese and Japanese

CHINESE TRANSLATION

Chinese is the official language of over one billion people in China, a country with enormous economic influence. Chinese is also spoken in Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, the U.S., and worldwide.

JAPANESE TRANSLATION

Japanese is the language of approximately 125 million people in Japan. Moreover, there are thousands of Japanese speakers elsewhere across the globe. Japan continues to be huge commercial player in the 21st Century. The Japanese economy is the second largest in the world. Only the USA has a higher GNP.

KOREAN TRANSLATION

Korean is the language of close to 50 million people in the Republic of Korea (South Korea), another Asian economic dynamo. There are another 25 million users of the Korean language in North Korea. Furthermore, there are thousands of Korean speakers in the U.S. and elsewhere across the globe.

 

Translation Rates for Asian languages

Our rates range from EUR 0.13 (US $0.18) to EUR 0.20 (US $0.27) per source word, according to the following factors:

Specificity of the text – if a translator has to perform a lot of research, the translation logically takes more time.
Total word count.
Requested deadline – if we have to work overnight or during weekends, there is a 50% increase over the basic rate.
Format of the document – the best-fit format for translation purposes is a word processing format (for instance, MS Word-compliant) or html.
As is evident, a number of factors influence the price of a translation. That is the reason that we ask you to send us all files that require translation as soon as possible, so that we can provide you with an exact quote, based on all the factors mentioned above.

Technical Translation

Technical translation requires not just language skills, but also in-depth knowledge of the subject area in question.

Business Translation

Our translators handle the full range of professional and financial documents that turn the wheels of international trade.

Marketing Translation

A translator specializing in marketing needs unique linguistic and editorial skills that go beyond words in order to deliver a message perfectly tailored to the audience.

IT Translation

Given the accelerating evolution of this field, a translator specializing in telecommunications has to continually stay up to date.

Asian Languages
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