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How do you say global business success? In English, says new research from Rotman School

Toronto – English continues to reign supreme in international business, and it's not just because some of the biggest economies speak it. A new study from the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management shows countries that have English as at least one of their official languages, or whose main languages are linguistically close to English have higher rates of investment in other countries.
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