Market Entry and Business Development in China: Revisiting Chinese Cultural Roots

Liu Baocheng
February 2005
Doing Business with China;2005, p151
Provides information on the Chinese culture. Different cultural traits in Chinese and western business methods; Influences of Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism; Cultural attitudes of Chinese people; Tips for doing business with China.


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