Common Locale Data Repository

Type of document:
Repository of locale information
Unicode Consortium
The Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR) is a standard, official resource of names of regional entities such as languages, currencies, locales, and countries, which is available in multiple languages and in a standard machine-readable XML format. The purpose of the Common Locale Data Repository project is to provide a general XML format for the exchange of locale information for use in application and system development, and to gather, store, and make available a common set of locale data generated in that format.
Workflow stage:
1.3, 1.10
Business value:
Useful reference for locale information such as names of countries, applicable time zones, currencies, and so forth, provided in multiple languages.
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