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Japan Abolishes Literature Translation Program - Based On Faulty Numbers
The defunct program "is called the JLPP, or Japanese Literature Publishing Project, a service launched in 2002 ... to promote the translation of modern Japanese literature into four languages, English, French, German and Russian." The decision to end JLPP was based, it turns out, on a badly botched report. Daily Yomiuri (Tokyo) 10/15/12
Posted October 26, 2012 12:30 AM

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