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[On reaching 10,000 visitors since July 1997]
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Val Dragu, Bucarest, Romania
Since Jan. Ive had a series of exchanges with a translation student at the Univ. of Krakow as a result of those articles in TJ. She is doing a thesis on financial terminology (how to coin Polish words for trading and clearing techniques that were not used for decades while the Warsaw exchange was closed; English-tainted equivalents now seem to be fashionable but are often either inelegant or inaccurate or both). I was pleased to be able to pass on some of the debates that take place in Paris on precisely those subjects.
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