Foreign languages could boost UK trade

From left: John Allan, Martyn Boyers, Emma Leam and Tim Reardon

Learning foreign languages could be a means for UK ports to increase trade in light of Brexit, it has been suggested at the British Ports Association Conference 2018.

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