Category: International Trade

Globalisation 101 for Companies without in-house English Skills

Disclaimer: My observations on the state of English for non-native locales are based on personal experience in the Asia Pacific. I understand that there are exceptions to every rule. A minority of companies and service providers have cross-cultural or globalisation programs in place or already employ those with English as their first language to act …

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Cheap Chinese Crap – So Tired of Hearing that Phrase

Recognise the Media Bias How many of us have seen news articles complaining about cheap Chinese crap flooding Western countries? I’m sure we are familiar with inflammatory articles published by journalists that ultimately failed to show the whole picture in an accurate manner. Sensationalist articles of this nature are of course very popular but few …

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