Cross-Cultural Business Behavior: Marketing, Negotiating and Managing Across Cultures
Despite all we hear about the "borderless world," differing business customs and practices in fact continue to be invisible barriers to global trade. Cross-Cultural Business Behavior shows business executives how to overcome these unseen obstacles to international success.
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