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There are several layers involved in the processes that provide internationalization capabilities to Plone. Basically they are divided in the ones responsible to translate the user interface and the display of the localization particularities (dates, etc):
And the ones responsible for translating the user generated content. There are several add-on products that provides multilingual support to Plone:
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