You can create an MDI form that displays two child forms simultaneously: one for the European market and one for the U.S. market. You can ensure that market data is formatted appropriately by setting the CurrentCulture property to an appropriate culture before creating the form.
You can create localized versions of the user interface by researching what locales the application will be deployed in and creating localized strings and other resources for the user interface. You can then use these strings to create localized versions of the form. At run time, the application will retrieve the CurrentUICulture from the system and automatically display the correctly localized user interface. If desired, you can also allow the user to manually switch locales by setting the CurrentUICulture property in code.
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