How Amazon is Stitching Language Diversity into its Rural India Strategy

 

Dear *|FNAME|*,

English is one of the world’s most widely spoken languages. It’s used as the global language of business and is often a common link when two people that speak different languages communicate with each other.

But with the rise of China as a global super-power along with a shrinking world, the spread of hybrid languages and tech companies perfecting the next generation of translation technology, can we really see a future where the reign of English is replaced? To find out more on this topic, click the link below.

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