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    Complete Overview of Japanese Business Culture and Etiquette

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    An indepth review of Japanese Business Culture and Etiquette. This article discusses the Japanese Culture and Etiquette when conducting business. It covers Business Meetings, Negotiating Business Deals, Business Attire and your Business Cards. The Japanese has set a high standard in the business world. It is our responsibility to be sensitive of our clients culture. This will ensure a successful long term business relationship.

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    A Brief Overview for Japanese Business Culture and Etiquette

    The Japanese understand it is hard for foreigners to work and conduct business in Japan. They do not expect us to be fluent in their language. They like to do business on the basis of personal relationships. In addition, being introduced and recommended by companies and individuals that have developed good personal relationships in the past are considered before someone else. It is important to nurture your business relationship with the Japanese. For example, send greetings and seasonal cards with a sincere personal note written by you. It is important to be a good correspondent. They hold this in high ...

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    A Brief Overview for Japanese Business Culture and Etiquette

    The Japanese understand it is hard for foreigners to work and conduct business in Japan. They do not expect us to be fluent in their language. They like to do business on the basis of personal relationships. In addition, being introduced and recommended by companies and individuals that have developed good personal relationships in the past are considered before someone else. It is important to nurture your business relationship with the Japanese. For example, send greetings and seasonal cards with a sincere personal note written by you. It is important to be a good correspondent. They hold this in high esteem.

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