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  • Chinese and Arabic would come in handy, I think.
  • Spanish, with its latin roots, it is very similar to many other languages as well.
  • Mandarin, Arabic, and Hindi - those are all pretty useful, albeit hard to learn.
  • If business, Mandarin Chinese. "As China rises, the world is embracing Mandarin." http://www.time.com/time/asia/covers/501060626/story.html If foreign affairs, French. "It is the second most widely used language, after English, at the United Nations" http://www.learn-how-to-speak-french.com/
  • I also suggest Mandarin Chinese, Arabic, and Hindi ... vast numbers of people speak these, and they are quickly developing a thriving economic growth.

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