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Several studies say having bilingual employees is good for business. (Photo: iStock)

You might think you don’t really need bilingual employees on staff, especially if most, if not all, of your business is done within the English-speaking community. But no less than five studies say otherwise, points out a report in Entrepreneur, and some of the benefits might surprise you.

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