China for Businesswomen: A Strategic Guide to Travel, Negotiating, and Cultural Differences

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Stone Bridge Press, 2007 - Business & Economics - 180 pages
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China is today the world's largest producer of manufactured goods, and more and more businesswomen are working and traveling there as American firms expand their international trade. Based on interviews with women executives and entrepreneurs who have succeeded in China, this concise book offers straightforward advice for avoiding gender and cultural obstacles. Topics include travel, gaining cultural awareness, establishing credibility, understanding negotiation protocol and process, coping with harassment, and entertaining, plus background on women in Chinese history and society.

Author and expert Dr. Tracey Wilen-Daugenti is an executive in Silicon Valley and a frequent guest on local and national business media.

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Wilen-Daugenti, a scholar and international business author, has assembled a valuable guide for businesswomen visiting China. The topics range from important strategies for negotiating and avoiding ... Read full review

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