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September 26, 2005
Language translation technology reaches more than 90 percent of global speakers.
The Microsoft Local Language Program extends software to often underserved cultures, allowing people to experience technology in their native language. Feb. 21 is International Mother Language Day.
Microsoft Local Language Program announces new initiatives to provide technology access, helping to grow local economies.
Program Empowers Personal Interaction With PCs in Native Languages and Gives Global Governments the Opportunity to Develop, Enhance and Expand Local IT Economies
Maggie Wilderotter, Microsoft senior vice president of the World Wide Public Sector, and Dato’ Hj. A. Aziz Deraman, director-general of Malaysia’s National Language Authority, discuss Microsoft’s new Local Language Program.
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