Do's and taboos around the world
The first edition of Do's and Taboos Around the World helped more than 100,000 high-powered executives and tourists avoid the missteps and misunderstandings that plague the uninitiated. Now, this completely updated and revised Second Edition provides even more facts, tips, and cautionary tales.
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Chapter Two Hand Gestures
Special Section A Quick Guide to
Chapter Three Gift Giving
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Africa alcohol American businesspersons appointments are necessary Appointments/Punctuality Prior appointments Appointments/Punctuality Punctuality appreciated appropriate Arab avoid in conversation Brazil business cards businessmen businesspeople called cheek cheek kissing China Chinese chocolates close friends Colombia common considered conversation include Conversation Topics countries culture custom customary dinner dress drink embarrassment English entertaining especially Europe exchange expect fingers foreign Fortune 500 French geisha gesture gift giving give gifts glasnost greeting guests Herschel Walker Hospitality/Gift Giving host hostess important international business gift invited Japan Japanese Japanese Language kiss language Latin America lunch Machismo meal means meeting Muslim Names/Greetings Handshaking never overseas Parker Pen Company pens percent politics Protocol recipient religion restaurants Saudi Arabia shake hands small gift social someone Taiwan take flowers talk thank-you toast Topics to avoid usually visiting visitor Western woman women words wrapped