Agencia EFEMarch 19, 2013 13:17
Miami, Mar 19 (EFE).- The United States must push a language policy that pays attention to the Spanish-speaking population to achieve an increase in "competitiveness and progress," the chief executive officer of the Globalization and Localization Association, representing the world language industry, said Tuesday.
"It's important to communicate with linguistic minorities, mainly the Hispanic one. It's no longer acceptable to say that everyone has to learn English. That doesn't work. It's an obstacle to the growth" of the country, Hans Fenstermacher emphasized to Efe.