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given Apple's bizarre geographical segregation I was wondering if, as an Italian, I am allowed to create an English application sold on the US app store for $0.99 (regardless of the current USD <=> EUR exchange rates).

It seems a really stupid question and I really hope that I can but who knows, since I can't buy them maybe I can't sell them either.

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Yes. An enrolled iOS developer can choose the countries in which they want their approved apps to appear in Apple's iTunes App store: such as one, all, or even none.

For sales from the U.S. App store, it greatly helps to have the app and app store description Internationalized to English.

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