May 6, 2013, 3:37 PM

Get your global groove on

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No web site we scored in "The Top 100 Global Web sites" for 2012 had a perfect Global Web Score. However, rated five stars for meta-navigation and four stars for engagement, making it one of the best examples of a well globalized web presence. Those ratings in combination with its 42 languages make a tough site to beat for other challengers in 2013.

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