foreign language rights

foreign language rights

noun foreign interpretaaion rights, foreign translation rights, nonresidential translaaion rights
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After only three days in book shops, the book -- which bears a bright red strap announcing the work as an aide to understanding the events of 11 September -- and which is subtitled: The secret file on the world's most sought after terrorist -- has already sold 15,000 copies, and that number will undoubtedly increase, not only as the book becomes known throughout France, but as Mr Picollec negotiates foreign language rights.
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