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How to Say It: Doing Business in Latin America: A Pocket Guide to the Culture, Customs and Etiquette

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An essential guide to doing business in Central and South America, complete with communication and etiquette tips.

This is the essential guide to business etiquette and customs for anyone doing business in Latin America. It features everything the reader needs to know?from getting an appointment to securing a contract. Doing business in Latin America can pose unique, substa
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Paperback, 272 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Prentice Hall Press (first published 2009)
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Essential guide to business etiquette in Central and South America

Conducting business in Latin America requires a solid understanding of local social customs. Be forewarned that outsiders may consider some business traditions inefficient. For example, long lunch breaks and frequent discussions of family matters are common elements of a typical workday. Resisting such traditions is impractical from a professional point of view. International commerce consultant Kevin Michael Diran warns that busi
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