A Short Course in International Negotiating: Planning and Conducting International Commercial Negotiations
This book provides the foundation for successful international negotiations. Whether buying a suitcase of sweaters in the Andes or negotiating a joint venture factory in China that will employ 3,000 workers, this book will prove to be invaluable.
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THE ROLE OF THE CHIEF NEGOTIATOR
CHOOSING YOUR TEAM
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