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Publié le 6/05/07 13:01 -- mis à jour le 00/00/00 00:00
Microsoft software will soon be available in the Breton language thanks to an agreement made last week between the Breton Language Agency, Brittany's Regional Council and Microsoft.
The news comes just weeks after the League announced that Microsoft will also be launched in Scottish Gaelic in September 2007. Breton is now the latest Celtic language being made available by Microsoft, primarily thanks to the presence of the respective national language agencies working to further the use of the different languages.
With the addition of Breton, Microsoft will soon be available in:
Breton Scottish Gaelic Irish Gaelic Welsh
Manx and Cornish are the only other two Celtic languages that Microsoft has, to date, not been provided in.
J B Moffatt Director of Information Celtic League