Korean etiquette & ethics in business
Boye Lafayette De Mente has been writing about the Far East for more than three decades. In this second edition of Korean Etiquette and Ethics in Business, he examines the Korean national character, its strong sense of tradition, and the intricate networks of personal connections that are essential to South (and North) Korea's economic growth. If you are considering entering the Korean marketplace or working with Korean's, this book will show you what really makes them tick--and how to do business the Korean way.
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