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Who are the users? 

Librarians, documentalists, researchers, publishers, booksellers, journalists, translators, students, all consult the "Index Translationum" to find out if an author has been translated, into what language and by whom.

Furthermore, the INDEX is the best source for establishing statistics concerning translations from which a multitude of information can be obtained: the trends of thought within a country according to the book's topical issues and tastes of the international reading public, the most frequently translated authors, the influence of one country on the rest of the world, reciprocal influences, works with a truly universal character, etc.

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