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    You should take note that it explicitly says "unjustified geo-blocking", it does not say that every company must do business with other countries, which would make no sense at all. Plenty of businesses have justified and legitimate reasons for not doing business with other countries, such as if they are physically not able to support people from other countries, especially most small business who do not have any foreign-speaking staff or the service they provide applies only in their own country. If a business provides PC repair services for example, then they are only going to offer this to local customers who can visit the shop or who are within travel distance, they obviously won't be offering this to someone in another country.
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    FIXED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Using the trick suggested by @brian! I compared the lang variables in test and production environment... those in production environment ended just after the language variables loaded by a third-party module... I disabled that module, and now everything is running fine again. The module, for reference, is the backorder module by Hexonet: https://hexonet.net/resellers/integration#whmcs It's provided in source code, so it's possible to investigate how and why this strange issue... but not today. Now I need a beer. Or even two... 😉 Thank you @brian! and thank you @Kian!
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