The Benefits of Learning a Language Online. world is turning faster and faster and the more countries a company seals deals with, the more likely is the achievement of economies of scale, through access to a larger market and an increased geographical expansion. It is obvious that the piece of the cake is going to be much smaller in saturated markets, which is why companies have begun targeting and expanding into the emerging economies that will be dominating the world in the future: India, Brazil and China. Nothing can be achieved without mastering English and ideally the language of the targeted country, however, and that is where companies seek the help of e-learning specialists that will help them understand, manage and administer foreign employees, legislations and customs.
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The burqa veil is to be banned in schools and universities across Norway following similar measures in other European countries, according to the Norwegian education minister.
The country’s right-wing government confirmed it was considering “national regulations prohibiting the full-face veil in schools and universities.”, a move supported by the opposition Labour Party.
Education minister Torbjorn Roe Isaksen confirmed the ban would only apply to the full-face veil and not to other Islamic headscarves including the hijab, chador and niqab.
Philippine President, Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday told U.S. President Barack Obama to “go to hell” because the United States had refused to sell some weapons to his country, adding that he did not care because Russia and China were willing to sell weapons to his country. Continue reading “Philippine Pres. tells Obama ‘go to hell’ after the US refused to sell weapons to his country”
Gianni Infantino, president of the World Football’s governing body, FIFA has suggested starting up a 48 team World Cup tournament, saying adding 16 more teams to the competition would see a playoff round added prior to the group stages of the world cup, with the 16 defeated nations going home after playing just one match. Continue reading “FIFA president Gianni Infantino suggests changing World cup from 32 teams to 48 teams”