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Burdett, Frank
July 1998
People Management;7/23/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p46
Emphasizes the importance of language training of employees in meeting the challenges of operating in the global marketplace. Profitability in international trade; Percentage of successful firms that had provided support in languages training; Language constraints as the main barrier in dealing with customers overseas; Reason for the lack of language training in Great Britain.


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