TALLINNIt is not a task for those easily distracted. By 2004, when Estonia hopes to join the European Union, some 80,000 pages of Brussels-originated legal acts have to be translated into Estonian, and it is up to the Legal Translation Center to get the job - i.e., inventing original names for types of banana and oyster diseases - done. By the end of 2002 the center had managed to translate 46,414 pages of the Official Journal, the EU publication containing legal acts, according to Merit Ilja, director of the state-run translation center that opened in September 1995.The center's chief duti...
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