Mangerial Report - COMMUNICATION 3300: BUSINESS AND...

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COMMUNICATION 3300: BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATION REPORT Overloading Information: Making it hard for American Productivity By: Henry Mai Summary China is fast becoming an economic powerhouse and gaining influence on the world stage. At the same time significant issues with regard to laws and trade restrictions have surfaced, as well as significant political and cultural differences between the U.S. and China. Recently there have been increased tensions between American companies like Google and Chinese officials over business activities. Companies like Google stay true to American values like freedom of speech and individual liberties. This contradicts certain Chinese cultural and political beliefs.
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MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATION REPORT Overloading Information: Making it hard for American Productivity By: Henry Mai December 15, 2011 China has become an economic powerhouse and American companies want to access the Chinese market for the additional revenue and potential it provides. This has proven to be difficult especially in recent years as globalization has taken hold and companies are operating in countries far from home. China has a communist government that places strict regulations and censors media and communications. This has become a problem for American media and technology companies in particular. It also highlights the hurdles that still lie for fare trade and globalization. What to Expect This report will focus on the events that took place between Google and the Chinese authorities. It will also cover the broader difficulties American and Western companies face in doing business in China. The report will highlight the cultural differences that play a role in these difficulties. At the same time it will not take sides or acknowledge who is right or wrong. Suggestions and ideas about possible solutions to these conflicts
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course COMM 3020 taught by Professor Janefitzgibbon during the Fall '11 term at Wayne State University.

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Mangerial Report - COMMUNICATION 3300: BUSINESS AND...

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