The Cultural Environment of International Business
South-Western Publishing Company, 1991 - Business & Economics - 252 pages
This book provides comprehensive coverage of international business relationships, and goes further to explain how deeply these relationships are affected by cultural differences, such as religious beliefs, values, education, social strata and politics.
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THE BASICS OF CULTURE
THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION
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