New York Times
- International, 28 Okt 2012
Low English Levels Can Hurt Countries' Progress
Countries with poor English-language skills also have lower levels of trade, innovation and income, according to a report released last week. See full article
The report ranks 54 countries where English is not a native language, with the top five being Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, Finland and Norway. The bottom five were Colombia, Panama, Saudi Arabia, Thailand and Libya.