NOW WE MAY UNDERSTAND ONE ANOTHER.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 47
Russian authoritieshave decided to increase the hourly pay of simultaneous translatorsworking at Russian-American meetings from $1.20 an hour to $2.60an hour, Moskovskiy komsomolets reported June 1. The paperdid not say whether this increase would improve the quality ofexchanges between the two countries.
The Monitor is a publication of the Jamestown Foundation. It is researched and written under the direction of senior analysts Jonas Bernstein, Vladimir Socor, Stephen Foye, and analysts Ilya Malyakin, Oleg Varfolomeyev and Ilias Bogatyrev. If you have any questions regarding the content of the Monitor, please contact the foundation. If you would like information on subscribing to the Monitor, or have any comments, suggestions or questions, please contact us by e-mail at email@example.com, by fax at 301-562-8021, or by postal mail at The Jamestown Foundation, 4516 43rd Street NW, Washington DC 20016. Unauthorized reproduction or redistribution of the Monitor is strictly prohibited by law. Copyright (c) 1983-2002 The Jamestown Foundation Site Maintenance by Johnny Flash Productions