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Just as true today as it was 4 years ago

A little under 4 Year’s ago I posted a blog about people’s search activity and when I read it today I thought that it would be a great idea to re-post it, as the content is just as valid, if not more so, as it was back then. 565 more words


Global Higher Education Might Turn Upside down as West Turns Inward

“The operational side of internationalisation has in recent years become big business – and not for universities alone. This has somewhat modified the more idealistic aspects of internationalisation, but overall the academy will remain committed to global understanding, respect for diverse cultures and an open society welcoming cooperation between different political, cultural and economic partners.” … 78 more words


A new world of risk within Europe

Over the last 20 years businesses in Europe have become very comfortable, with corporate risk being established as low and indeed very low in some countries. 552 more words


English is our lingua franca

It has always been somewhat of a mainstay objection which I come across when talking to potential clients about their need for linguistic services, that English is the company’s lingua franca and therefore all their training and internal documentation is done in English. 394 more words


The new Machine translation kid on the block

So here’s a quick overview of NMT. If you’ve not heard of it then it might be a good idea to get a little more familiar with it as this is likely to come up in conversations quite a lot over the coming months. 389 more words


Challenges of Global Economic Integration

Challenges of Global Economic Integration

Md. Joynal Abdin

The Daily Sun on February 1, 2017

Economic integration is a process of harmonizing trade and investment related policies and reducing/withdrawing tariff and other non-tariff trade and investment barriers between two or more countries. 1,036 more words

Economy Of Bangladesh