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Chapter Two Hand Gestures
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Chapter Four American Jargon
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American businesspersons appointments are necessary Appointments/Punctuality Prior appointments Appointments/Punctuality Punctuality appreciated appropriate Arab avoid in conversation Brazil businessmen called cheek Chinese chocolates Colombia common Conversation Avoid discussing conversation include Conversation Topics countries cultural custom customary dinner drink embarrassment English entertaining Europe exchange executive expect fingers foreign Fortune 500 French geisha German Democratic Republic gesture gift giving give gifts greeting guests handshake Herschel Walker Hospitality/Gift Giving host hostess important insult Intercultural International Business Gift invited Japan Japanese kiss language Latin America lunch Machismo Massport meal means meeting mes/Greetings mes/Greetings Handshaking Muslim Names/Greetings never overseas Parker Pen Company percent politics Protocol recipient religion restaurants Saudi Arabia shake hands small gift social someone speak subjects Taiwan take flowers talk Thailand thank-you toast Topics to avoid usually Victor Borge visiting visitors wear Western wine woman women word wrapped