Pricelist translation

LANGUAGE

TRANSLATION WITH CERTIFICATION OF COURT-CERTIFIED TRANSLATORS

TRANSLATION WITHOUT CERTIFICATION OF COURT-CERTIFIED TRANSLATORS

CONSECUTIVE

SIMULTANEOUS

foreign - mn

mn - foreign

foreign - mn

mn - foreign

ALBANIAN

15

20

15

15

from 40 per hour

from 40 per hour

ARABIC

45

50

45

40

 

 

BULGARIAN

20

25

20 (depending on the text)

20 (depending on the text)

from 40 per hour

 

CZECH, SLOVAK

15

20

15

15

 

 

DANISH, SWEDISH, NORWEGIAN

25

30

from 15 to 20

from 15 to 20

 

 

ENGLISH

15

20

12

14

from 35 to 50 per hour

FRENCH

15

20

15

15

from 35 to 50 per hour

GREEK

20

25

from 20 to 25

from 20 to 25

 

 

DUTCH

20

25

from 15 to 20

from 15 to 20

 

 

ITALIAN

15

20

15

15

from 35 to 50 per hour

JAPANESE

agreement - depending on the text

CHINESE

agreement - depending on the text

MACEDONIAN

15

20

12

14

from 30>

from 30>

HUNGARIAN

20

25

from 15 to 20

from 15 to 20

 

 

GERMAN

15

20

14

14

from 30>

 

POLISH

20

25

14

14

from 40 per hour

 

RUSSIAN

15

20

12

14

from 40 per hour

 

SLOVENIAN

15

20

15

15

from 30>

 

SPANISH

25

30

15

from 20 to 25

from 30>

 

ROMANIAN

from 25 to 50 depending on the text

from 40 per hour

 

TURKISH

25

30

from 15 to 20

20

from 40>

 

UKRAINIAN

25

30

from 15 to 25

15

from 40>

 

 

Notes:


  • The prices refer to a document (a document implies: diplomas, passports, short certificates and documents on being/not being sentenced issued by official institutions – Ministry of internal affairs (MUP), Commercial court, Identity documents, driving licenses, permits)
  • For documents consisting of more pages, the listed prices are calculated and refer to a translation page of 1.800 characters.
  • Price of simultaneous and consecutive interpreting varies depending on the following factors:
    • Theme field;
    • Complexity of terminology;
    • Whether the material that can be used as preparation is provided for the interpreters (agenda, plan, leaflet, guides);
    • Time for service delivery (when was the request submitted by the client);
    • Whether it is interpreter’s daily wage (6 working hours with breaks) or a shorter arrangement (minimum 2 working hours);
    • Payment method.
  • The pricelist does not refer to public purchases – Tenders and Shopping methods – for which special prices are formed.
  • The pricelist does not include discounts given to regular clients as offers given to individual translation projects.