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Six registries to offer non-Latin domains

Fionn O'Raghallaigh, London

Icann’s fast-track process for new non-Latin country-code top-level domains opened today with applications from six different countries/territories in three different languages

Managing IP understands that the registries in China, Hong Kong, Egypt and Russia have all indicated that they are among the six early applicants, with the final two likely to come from Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bulgaria.

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