Cambodia--Frankie Bostic

Cambodia--Frankie Bostic - Lok for man & Lok...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/20/11 Business all around the world Frankie Bostic
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4/20/11 Overview Capital: Pnom Penh Religions: Theravada Buddhist- 95% Other- 5% Government: Multiparty liberal democracy under a constitutional monarchy.
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4/20/11 Greetings Tradition is bowing with hands brought together At chest, similar to bringing together for prayer To show greater respect, bow lower Have adopted to western practices shaking hands
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4/20/11 Attire Formal meetings Lightweight tropical suit Men and women Less formal meetings Smart casual shirts & blouses
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4/20/11 Business Cards Should be exchanged right after initial introduction Use right or both hands to exchange cards Treat card with respect How you handle the card indicates how you will treat the person
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4/20/11 Introduction Depends on relationship, hierarchy & age Oldest or highest rank first People are addressed with honorific title
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Unformatted text preview: Lok for man & Lok Srey for woman Honorific title is followed by first name 4/20/11 Dining Wait to be told where to sit So you dont mess up hierarchical arrangements Oldest person is usually seated first Oldest person should start eating first Dont start eating until eldest has began Never discuss business in such social 4/20/11 Gift Giving English books, language tapes & magazines are greatly appreciated by business people looking to improve their English Green & red are most suitable wrapping colors Do not use white paper Considered unlucky 4/20/11 Conclusion They are very respective of their elders. Population of 13,607,069 people Ethnic groups: 90% Khmer 5% Vietnamese 4/20/11 Resources http://www.tomcoyner.com/cambodia http://countrycodes.boomja.com/Cam...
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