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CHINA

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Transcript of CHINA

Table of Contents
Country map
Top three Industries
Type of government
Business Practices-






Conclusion
Works Cited
Country Map
hi
Top 3 Industries
Appointments
Negotiating
Business Entertaining
Time zone
Greetings
Titles/ Form of address
Gestures
Gifts
Dress
Business Practices
Type of Government
Demographics of China
Population is 1,339,724,852
91.5% Han Chinese
12.25 births/1000 population
Life expectancy- 74.99 years
Worlds Largest Cotton industry
Produced 4.2 million metric tons
Produced the most cotton Worldwide
Produce yarn, cloth, wool, etc.
Cotton
Conclusion
Appointments
Steel
Titles/ Forms of Address
Schedual a week in advance
Never be late
Don't plan on 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Schedual over phone
Ask them to talk slower
Works Cited
Gifts
Dress
MEN
Negotiating
WOMEN
Watch ego
Chinese have lower cost perspective
Listen more, speak less
Never be to anxious
World leader in steel production
Produced 708 million tons last year
Used for trading across seas
Machinery Manufaction
They produce advanced equipment
US bought $425,000,000,000 worth of their machinery
Gestures
hi
Communist State
Standard language is Putonghua
Buddhism is the main religion
Widely practiced throughout china
Various forms of Buddhism
Titles are similar to American titles
Mr.,Miss,Mrs.,ect.
Titles go behind name
Or titles stand alone
Business Entertaining
Start at 5:30 pm at night
Guests need to arrive on time
Banquets are the most common events
Chienese people sit down last
Guests sit first because they are high honor
Cotton, Steel, and Machine Manufacturing
Greetings
Times in comparison
Los Angeles- 11:00 am
Denver- 12:00 pm
Phoenix- 12:00 pm
New York- 2:00 pm
Beijing- 3:00 am
(the next day)
American gestures arent the same
There are many different guestures in China
Tugging earlobe and givng thumbs up means good job
Basic Rules
For Gift Giving
State their full name
Smile and have good eye contact
Shake hands or hug
Kiss on cheek is fine.
Bring fruit to peoples houses
Never give a clock
Never give a green hat
Wrap gifts in red paper
Black shouldn't be used
Conservative suits are the best choice
Subtle/Neutral colors
May wear jeans
Not at meetings
Avoid high heels
Conservative dresses are the best choice
Never wear revealing clothes

http://www.travelchinaguide.com/intro/religion/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_China
http://www.indexmundi.com/china/
http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/making-appointments-in-chinese.html
http://www.forbes.com/sites/jackperkowski/2011/03/28/negotiating-in-china-10-rules-for-success/
http://www.china-window.com/china_business/doing_business_in_china/business-entertainment.shtml
http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/chinese-greetings-and-goodbyes.html
http://thornhillcapital.info/news/body-language-and-gestures-differ-between-china-and-the-west
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_titles
http://www.uschinabiz.com/TopTens/GiftGivinginChina.aspx
http://www.cyborlink.com/besite/china.htm
Bergsten, C. Fred China: The Balance Sheet Copyright 2006 Public Affairs New York

Austin's Sources
Luke's Sources
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_China#Languages
http://www.indexmundi.com/china/demographics_profile.html
http://www.forbes.com/sites/jackperkowski/2011/03/28/negotiating-in-china-10-rules-for-success/2/
http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/making-appointments-in-chinese.html
http://www.china-window.com/china_business/doing_business_in_china/make-appointments-in-china.shtml
http://www.pon.harvard.edu/daily/international-negotiation-daily/negotiating-in-china-the-importance-of-relationship-building/
http://www.china-window.com/china_business/doing_business_in_china/business-entertainment.shtml
http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/chinese-greetings-and-goodbyes.html
http://www.imandarin.net/What-is-Going-On/Chinese-Corners/Business-Chinese/Forms_of_Address_in_China.html#.UtQV3Z7Iay4
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_titles
http://learnchinesebusiness.com/2013/04/21/how-to-give-gifts-in-china-%E7%A4%BC%E5%B0%9A%E5%BE%80%E6%9D%A5/
http://www.uschinabiz.com/TopTens/GiftGivinginChina.aspx]
http://business.lovetoknow.com/wiki/Business_Attire_in_China
Cole's Sources
www.fodors.com
www.imandarin.net
www.mandarin.about.com
www.chineseculture.about.com
www.worldbusinessculture.com
www.executiveplanet.com
www.pon.harvard.edu
www.china-window.com
www.en.wikipedia.org
www.nbcnews.com
www.enthromed.org
Extra Facts
China has 4th the largest economy
Rated politically least free country
China borders with 14 states

Gift giving shows respect
They dont usually accept gifts
China has one of the largest populations in the world
China has some of the largest industries in the world
China is communist and is one of the least free country
China really respects guests and really hope you know the Business Practices
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