Interpreters to the rescue. (Radar Screen).
Being in Japan can be tough if you don't speak the language. What if somebody suddenly shows up at your door babbling something you don't understand? Or your secretary may call in sick and you may have to take an important business call in Japanese. World Support offers emergency interpreting services over the phone. The system is simple: Just call the service counter, and they'll connect you with an interpreter who can help you over the phone. The company's service covers English, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese, Tagalog, and Korean. The basic [yen]20,000 package covers up to 10 calls a month; [yen]50,000 covers up to 30.
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|Date:||Jan 1, 2003|
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