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Russia--Jonathan Harris

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/20/11 Russia By: Jonathan Harris
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4/20/11 Russian Business Federation type of government Capital is Moscow Located just below the arctic ocean They have a constitution just
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4/20/11 Business Greetings The typical greeting is a firm, handshake. When men shake hands with women the grip is less firm. When female friends meet, they kiss on the cheek three times. When close male friends meet, they may pat each other on the back and hug.
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4/20/11 Official Dress Businessmen in Russia usually wear suits that are black and well tailored along with good dress shoes. Men often do not take off their jackets in negotiations. Skirts should be worn rather than pants. Women dress rather conservatively, avoiding overly flashy or gaudy
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4/20/11 Business Cards One side is in Russian and one side is in English.
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Unformatted text preview: degrees on your business card. 4/20/11 Business Introductions • Russians always use formal names. 4/20/11 Table Manners • The oldest or most honored guest is served first. • Do not begin eating 4/20/11 Gift Giving • If you are invited to a Russian home for a meal, bring a small gift. • Male guests are expected to bring flowers • Do not give yellow flowers. • Do not give a baby gift until after the baby is born. • On receiving an invitation to a home, 4/20/11 Summary • Russians are very formal. • All of there business meetings are very serious. • They don’t joke around very much. 4/20/11 Work Cited • http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/reso urces/global-etiquette/russia-country-profile.html • http://www.cyborlink.com/besite/russi a.htm...
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