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Should we have a single global language?
International trade and cooperation would become easier, which would be beneficial for the global economy.
Firms could save money on translators and interpreters, instead directing that money elsewhere.
A single global language spoken in a diversified culture is analogous to a single technological standard compatible and understood across different market brands.
Implementation would require collaboration globally and could lead to better interactions between countries, peoples and groups.
International communication will be faster, that means more time to invest in other activities.
Assuming international cooperation would improve by speaking the same language is a fallacy; we all speak the same language in America and among certain other international trading partners, and we still will always have disagreements.
More international trade could mean more envrionmental impact.