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Although Olvera-Lobo et al. (2005) found that the volume of documents needed to be translated for cross-national purposes have multiplied manifold, there is no research on the extent of professionalization of the translator in Vietnam until now. This study thus aims at describing the state of the translation profession in Vietnam. While researches showed the academic attempts to enhance the professionalization of this profession, legal instruments’ analysis indicated the lack of official development evidence, especially in the full-time freelancing type. Via empirical survey and interview data, gaps between university translation degree and the real industry were also pointed out.
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