European Business Cultures
Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2000 - Business etiquette - 215 pages
European Business Cultures provides an insight into the social, economic and political perspectives of countries in East and West Europe. The text analyses the cultural differences between countries, discusses their origins and assesses the impact they have on the way each conducts business.
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