Korean business etiquette: the cultural values and attitudes that make up the Korean business personality

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Tuttle Pub., Sep 15, 2004 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
This book offers a penetrating view of the morals and values that shape the Korean business personality; cultural "keys" that turn Koreans on and off, and how best to communicate with them.

Korean Business Etiquette will show what really makes Korean workers tick-and how to do business the Korean way. With its authoritative scholarship, practical insights, and guidelines for foreign workers, this book is truly a "must read" for anyone doing business in Korea now or in the future.

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Not bad at all. Chapters are broken up into sizeable chunks that are insightful and easy to read. My biggest complaint stems from the fact that despite the author's extensive knowledge of the Korean ... Read full review

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Boye Lafayette De Mente is the author of more than 30 books on Japan, Korea and China, including Kata. He lives in Paradise Valley, Arizona.

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