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CULTURAL ADVICE. (2003, January). Italy Career Guide, Retrieved March 25, 2009, from Business Source Premier database. Key points: Italian is the official language Most Italians do not speak English Image is very important to Italians They dress very formally They take status and etiquette very seriously Family is very important to Italians Smoking is much more accepted Roses are associated with love Chrysanthemums are associated with funerals
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Unformatted text preview: • A bouquet of flowers should have an odd number but not 13 A flock that strayed. (1996, January 6). Economist, Retrieved March 25, 2009, from Academic Search Premier database. Key points: • About 90% of Italians are Catholic • Most are not very religious and do not believe everything that the Catholic church teaches especially when it comes to issues of sexuality • Only about 30% of Italians regularly attend mass...
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