The Global Etiquette Guide to Asia: Everything You Need to Know for Business and Travel Success
Traveling in a foreign country is always much more rewarding when you have a working familiarity with its customs, habits, tastes, and mores. This is especially true for business travelers for whom a simple point of etiquette can make or break a deal. Written by one of the world's leading cross-cultural experts. In today's high-stakes, highly charged international business world, you simply can't afford a misunderstood gesture, an ill-placed word, or a misinformed judgment. The Global Etiquette Guide to Asia shows both business and leisure travelers how to understand, appreciate, and manage-as well as maximize the benefits of-the myriad cultural differences that can exist between you and your Asian business hosts.
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