Doing Business in China: A Guide for Australians
This is a quick and handy guide that takes you through the basics of Chinese etiquette and gives an insight into the way Chinese executives approach negotiations with foreign companies. An essential primer, its no-nonsense approach will show you how to prepare and conduct yourself in order to significantly increase your success rate when doing business in China.
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