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What is the most useful language for business?


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2017-01-16 16:08:58
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Probably Chinese (Mandarin) or Japanese. If you started with Japanese it would be a little bit easier.

Answer2: Better learn Spanish, look at the second language on EVERYTHING, it is written in Spanish.


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