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Conference: Multilingualism: Driver of Competitiveness?Conference: Multilingualism: Driver of Competitiveness?
Agenda  ¦  27/09/2011  ¦  Luxembourg Luxembourg

This first and unique symposium will summarize and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of multilingualism in Luxembourg regarding the business community and development. The discussion will be based on an online survey done in May 2011 among business leaders of Luxembourg. The survey’s aim was to measure the impact of multilingualism on the competitiveness of enterprises in Luxembourg.

Date: 27/09/2011

Organiser: Amcham Luxemburg / Berlitz Luxemburg

Country: Luxemburg

Venue: Chambre de Commerce, 7 rue Alcide de Gasperi, Luxemburg

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E-mail: symposium@berlitz.lu

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