Turkey--David Browning

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/20/11 By: David Browning Turke y
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 4/20/11 located in southeastern Europe and southwestern  Asia Muslim religion  Government:  republican parliamentary  democracy
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4/20/11 Body Language Use only right hand when greeting someone Don’t sit where the sole of shoe is seen rude to point nod means yes Turk indicates no by raising his or her head slightly
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 4/20/11 Business Greetings Turkish counterparts with a Address handshake
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4/20/11 Business Dress l You will be expected to wear a suit and tie l During the summer, it is acceptable to wear a shirt with trousers and in most cases not to wear a tie. l Outside the big cities both women and men should wear more conservative clothing
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 4/20/11 Business Cards  Business cards are exchanged without formal  ritual.  Use both hands to exchange cards.  Present your business card to the receptionist  when you arrive.
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