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How to do bussines in other countires

Wisselly Nieves-Chacon

on 23 October 2012

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Daisy Rivera
Josue Davila
Wisselly Nieves
Sylvializ Rivera Non-Verbal
A. Eye Contact
B. Facial Expressions
C. Vocal Cues
D. Body Movement and Postures
E. Gestures Japa nese Verbal
A. Language
a. Writhing Communication
- Characters
b. Spoken Communication
-Phonetics References

Nori.(2012). Let's travel around Japan. Retrieved from http://www.travel-around-japan.com/j08-japanese-language.html

Rocha,R. (2006, February 01). 6 lessons from japanese business culture. Retrieved from http://www.askmen.com/money/successful_100/134_success.html

Tirupathi, K. (2007, February 21). Punctuality: The japanese way of business. Retrieved from http://www.rediff.com/money/2007/feb/21japan.htm Cultural Business Norms
A. Greetings
D. Gifts Japan's Culture is really formal.
Understand seriousness of ceremonious business culture
As a "gaijin" (foreigner) you're expected to treat others at the same level of respect
A. This tips will help you to suit well while doing business
-Business Card Exchange
-Defer your elders
-Straight Face
-Keep company slogan
always in mind
-Work Hard,
Play Hard
-Connections =
B. Japan takes punctuality
as something serious
-Always show early
-95% of wrist watches are on
-Is the first ladder at the time
of creating a relationship Why Japan? Japanese Useful Phrases

Kon'nichiwa. (Good afternoon.)
Ohayou. (Good morning.)
Konbanwa. (Good evening.)
Oyasumi. (Good night.)
Sayounara. (Good-bye.)
Arigatou. (Thank you.)
Sumimasen. (Excuse me. / I'm sorry.)
Hai. (Yes.)
Iie. (No.)
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