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Cross-Cultural Communication Matrix 1 Cross-Cultural Communication Matrix Axia College
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Cross-Cultural Communication Matrix 2 I think that technology can be used to facilitate the cross-cultural communication with the international businesses. As I researched about Japan, I have come to understand that the businesses prefer phone calls instead of emails or faxes. Japan and China businesses depend a lot on social standing and their culture when dealing with other businesses. In Hawaii, like any other state in America, face to face communication is favored but technology has become a big part of their businesses. Most companies in America depend on technology as they continue to do business. Yes technology is important in Japan and China, but their culture is favors building
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Unformatted text preview: lasting relationships with their business partners. As always technology has its glitches, and it looks as if Japan and China will eventually lean more into advancing their technology to advance their business and business relations with other companies throughout the world. Cross-Cultural Communication Matrix 3 References Chinese Culture . (n.d.). Retrieved 10 24, 2010, from http://www.chinese-culture.net/html/chinese_business_culture.html Kwintessential . (n.d.). Retrieved 10 24, 2010, from http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/resources/global-etiquette/japan-country-profiles.html Cross-Cultural Communication Matrix 4...
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