This classic business etiquette book was originally self-published and sold 19, 000 copies with a cover price of $22.95. Now itas been revised and expanded to include more details about doing business in Asian countries; the cover price has been reduced to $16.00. Recommended by blue-chip business leaders, Asian Business Customs a Manners has the potential to be one of the leading books in the category. This is a guide that covers all the dos and donats of business etiquette in Asia. Organized country by country, this comprehensive guide contains information on every situation youall encounter, including business practices and attitudes, meetings, negotiations, meals, punctuality, language, gestures, tipping, manners, gifts, and everything in between. It contains all the information you need to present yourself well and get the job done ab whatever it might be. This book provides guidance about how to successfully negotiate your way through Asian business situations generally, as well as specific information about doing business in: Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Australia, and New Zealand. This book won the Independent Book Publisheras Association Benjamin Franklin Award for Business in 2008.Dona#39;t give ac Money ac Liquor ac Knives, scissors, or other sharp objects (connote the severing of a relationship) Helpful Hints ac Most ... Malaysia has one of the worlda#39;s highest rates of credit card fraud; closely guard your credit card numbers.
|Title||:||Asian Business Customs & Manners|
|Author||:||Mary Murray Bosrock|
|Publisher||:||Meadowbrook - 2007-09-04|