Global Business Etiquette
They commit a faux pas (a slip or blunder in etiquette, manners or conduct) while traveling, meeting a foreigner here or communicating on the phone or Internet. The links in this guide should guide students away from such mistakes.
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- EIU Viewswire Daily country analysis for more than 200 countries including economic, political, and business analysis with downloadable data.
- EIU.com The EIU produces objective and timely analysis and forecasts of the political, economic and business environment in more than 200 countries. Country Reports, Country Profiles and Regional Newsletters.
- Executive Planet Information about business culture, customs, protocol, gift-giving, negotiating, business entertainment, and communication. Includes tips for women.
- The International Business Etiquette Internet Sourcebook A collection of websites that provide information on foreign cultures and customs and guidelines for appropriate etiquette in both general and business situations.