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Are Europeans Slower than Americans?

English has become a global language and the de facto language of business, and American culture and American companies have permeated throughout much of Europe. Our European correspondent Morten Reitoft of INKISH.TV looks at the transatlantic difference in language and culture.

By Morten B. Reitoft
Published: September 11, 2018

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Based in in Denmark, Morten Reitoft is the founder, CEO, and Editor of INKISH.TV. INKISH.TV was founded in 2015 to support knowledge-sharing within the printing industry. Morten has been active in the printing industry for the past 20 years, works with clients across the globe supporting both sales and production operations, and speaks at industry events as part of his mission to foster knowledge-sharing and networking. He can be reached at mre@inkish.tv

 

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By David L. Zwang on Sep 11, 2018

Morten... interesting article.. As someone who spends a lot of time both in and out of the US, I can fully understand your point. However...you should also realize that even understanding discussions between U.S. citizens is not always as easy as you may think.

 

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