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New translation into Chinese

本地化与国际化有什么关系? (Localization vs. Internationalization)

This article was translated thanks to Huan Cui.

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Recent translations into French

These articles were translated into French thanks to the French Translation Team, Language Marketplace Inc.

New translations into Swedish

These articles were translated into Swedish thanks to Olle Olsson.

New translation into Brazilian Portuguese

This article was translated into Brazilian Portuguese thanks to Matheus Salmi, CZ SEE.

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New translations into Romanian

Thanks to the Sorin Velescu, the following articles have been translated into Romanian.

New translations into Hungarian

Thanks to Dénes Kohn, Metaphraser – Translation Company, the following articles have been translated into Hungarian. These are our first Hungarian translations on the Internationalization subsite.

New translation: Diferencias entre localización e internacionalización

Thanks to Gaston Diego Valente the FAQ-based article “Localization vs. Internationalization” has now been translated into Spanish (language negotiated).

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Локализация по сравнению с интернационализацией

Thanks to Elena Nellson the FAQ-based article “Localization vs. Internationalization” has now been translated into Russian (language negotiated).

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