An American Manager.docx - An American Manager’s Guide to visiting Thailand When doing business in a foreign land it is in your best interest and the

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An American Manager’s Guide to visiting Thailand When doing business in a foreign land, it is in your best interest and the company that you are representing to be knowledgeable about Thailand’s etiquette, customs, clothing and other important information that will make a successful trip enjoyable and relaxing. Thailand is a very beautiful and exotic place not only to live but to travel and conduct business. Thailand is known for its most famous beach Hua Hin. Crystal clear water, white sand a clean beach. They are also known for their hospitality; Thai people are the friendliest in the world. The mode of transportation that is the most popular is the Tuk-Tuk, which is similar to cabs but smaller and much easier to get around on the narrow streets of Thailand. Depending on the type of business that the manager is in depends on the information that should be known. For example. The population is 67.9 million and the size of Thailand is 513,120 sq.km. The main language is Thai, and depending the time of year visiting, for the most part it is tropical weather with seasonal monsoons, just like Florida with its hurricane season. When making a call the dialing code is +66. The manager must convert US dollars to Baht (Tai currency). The land of Thailand is a very diverse country consisting of Indian, Chinese cultures and other Southeast Asia cultures.
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