What You May Have Missed
By Adam Wooten, For the Deseret News
Published: Friday, Oct. 28 2011 7:00 a.m. MDT
For the Deseret News
Without the potential for international profit, governments may not be quite as motivated as businesses to provide quality translations to the public. This sometimes means amusing ballot translation blunders must be corrected at taxpayer expense.
“Four things tend to motivate organizations to provide high quality translation for the public: charity, reward, duty and fear.”
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