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French

French is a truly global language. Widely spoken in West Africa, Quebec and Europe, it brings together people from diverse cultures and continents through a commonwealth referred to as "L'espace Francophone". It is also one of the official languages of Canada.

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Hindi

India has 22 official languages and many more are spoken on the subcontinent. A booming economy, India epitomizes on its own a nation, a culture and a civilization. With the globalisation of South Asian languages, Hindi and Punjabi are gaining much momentum in Canada

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Arabic

The official language of the Arab league and spoken by more than 420 million people globally, conducting business in the Middle-East would be impossible for a company not fluent in Arabic. An official language of the UN, Arabic encompasses a unique and diverse cultural universe.

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Portuguese

An international language with global presence. Spoken mainly in Portugal and Brazil, it knows no borders, just like the culture that gave rise to it. Knowledge of Portuguese is essential in International Trade as its diasporas gradually dispersed worldwide.

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Spanish

The second most widely spoken language in the US and the language at the heart of Latin American culture. Spanish is an official language of the UN and international companies understand that impeccable Spanish communication is an indispensable too for success.

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Persian

Persian, or Farsi is a lingua franca and administrative language in Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan, among other countries. It is also a language of business in parts of the Middle East. One of oldest living languages, it has made a come back on the international scene.

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Chinese

Chinese has become an increasingly popular language for conducting International business. With the rapid growth of the Chinese economy and the volume of trade between China and the rest of the world, it has become an invaluable asset for ambitious companies.

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Russian

Russian and other Slavic languages are widely used by native speakers and people of the Caucasus region and others as a lingua franca. Ukrainian, Polish or Serbian and Russian are sister languages that have helped shape and express Slavic culture in the 20th Century.