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Chinese Etiquette 1 Brenda Russell BU 204-02 Macroeconomics Instructor Vilma Valillee March 28, 2011
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Chinese Etiquette 2 Chinese Business Etiquette Seating at the table is extremely important in Chinese culture. These business etiquettes are more rigorously respected than at the dinner table, that’s where most of business is discussed in China. Almost all SME companies conduct and finalize part of their deals during meals. This is due to the importance of building personal relationships with other businesses or government officials, in China. One must cordially invite the other well in advance with a relatively luxurious place in mind. Families should be invited in order to show respect for the whole family but is not often required to attend. Unlike the western world, where more quiet and elegant atmospheres are preferred, Chinese business meals are often done in private rooms within a large noisy restaurant. The grandeur of the restaurant and the amount of clientele tells the opposite party of
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