Negotiating International Business: The Negotiator's Reference Guide to 50 Countries Around the World
Negotiating International Business is a comprehensive reference guide designed to aide business people when dealing with foreign counterparts. It explains fundamental aspects of international business negotiations, culture-specific expectations and practices, as well as numerous techniques used by international negotiators. Here is the advice you need in order to be successful by adjusting business, personal, and social behaviors as required in any of 50 countries around the world.
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Preparing for International Negotiations
Preparation Steps 14 Team Negotiation
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