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Are children learning the right foreign languages?

The UK's education system is failing to produce enough people with foreign-language skills to meet a growing need from business, the CBI has said.

In a survey, many firms rated Mandarin and Arabic as particularly useful.

From September, children will have to learn a foreign language from the age of seven.

Judith Burns reports.

Includes an interview with Neil Carberry from the Confederation of British Industry.

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