"Most every country"? As well as appearing twice in print (as shown), it was also used once in the audio track that accompanied the visuals.
On this usage of 'most', the OED Online says:
Chiefly N. Amer. Modifying certain universal and non-assertive determiners and pronouns, as all, any, every, anyone, everything, etc., and corresponding adverbs of time and place, as always, anywhere, everywhere.
This adverbial usage of 'most' seems rather colloquial to me, and not appropriate for a company training course - but then I'm a British English speaker.
Any American English speakers out there want to comment?