Saturday, November 21, 2009

India losing English advantage to China

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India is falling behind.

In a blow to its competition with neighboring China, the British Council reported India losing an English advantage to China because of a shortage of qualified teachers and institutions despite a growing demand for the language.

The study of the English language market in both India and China revealed both the weakness of English education in India and highlighted the economic significance of speaking the world´s lingua franca. English is
a proven path to social mobility for many throughout the world and the neutral language among business partners.

China is adding 20 million English language speakers ever year.

The British Council is wise to invest in market research as Pearson´s bought two chain schools in China just last year.

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