internationalisation : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the act of bringing something under international control
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  • F2 Powerboating World Championship
    BAKU, Azerbaijan, June 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- BAKU GRAND PRIX 6-7 July 2013 The key role of sports in Azerbaijan's development and internationalisation strategy. Azerbaijan is supporting its quick economic ...
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  • Chris Evans in Sydney Morning Herald
    These latest figures also reflect the current global demand for skills and the internationalisation of the labour market as part of the broader process of globalisation,Senator Evans said.
  • Nabih Berri in Swissinfo
    You have picked internationalisation instead of the state,Berri, a leading member of the opposition, said in a brief statement.
  • Pope Benedict XVI in News24
    Calling for a negotiated solution in Somalia, Benedict said: "The situation in the Horn of Africa has recently become more serious, with the resumption of hostilities and the internationalisation of the conflict."

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