France, Belgium and the Netherlands
Well, being as I'm not from any of the above countries, and I don't speak
Flemish/Dutch, I'm working on the various assumptions I've picked up from
native sellers, collectors and of course, my own purchases.
The first thing is that these days there seem to be an awful lot of boxed dolls around with French/Dutch writing. In fact, my sister's Raya's box actually says on it that it is distributed by Hasbro in Belgium. However, I bought the doll, along with my similarly labelled MIB Clash, from FRANCE. So there we have our first bit of cross border information :)
It's not uncommon, it seems, for dolls to skip borders in Continental Europe. My own MIP collection consists of three Dutch boxed Misfits (Stormer, Roxy, Pizzazz), and a Belgian boxed Clash, among others.
Interesting to note is that the three Misfits all have balled wrists :)
This is Clash. Contrary to the above very DUTCH dolls, her box is BELGIAN. She has two languages for everything, French and Flemish (Belgian form of Dutch). Beneath the logo it says Truly Outrageous and Vraiment Extravagante - same meaning :) Her accessories are the same as a regular boxed Clash doll.
My sister's Raya. As with Clash, her box is bilingual in the exact same way. However Raya is kinda different from other Raya dolls I've seen on account of her HUGELY curly mop of hair.