Smart Bargaining: Doing Business With the Japanese
Harper & Row, Ballinger Division, Jan 1, 1989 - Intercultural communication. - 212 pages
Examines the differences between the business negotiation styles of the Japanese and the Americans and suggests methods of bargaining with Japanese business people
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