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Cultural Differences in Business Behavior: Differences Between America & South Korea

Examines some of the cultural differences in business behavior between South Korea & the U.S. to discover areas where the American businessman needs to change his ways or reconsider his methods.
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CULTURAL DIFFERENCES IN BUSINESS BEHAVIOR

Many Americans tend to lump all Asian peoples together, as if they were alike in their culture, when in fact they are quite different and show a wide diversity in cultural background. South Korea is not like Japan or China and a country with its own business culture that the American entrepreneur needs to understand in order to negotiate wisely. The cultural differences between the American and the South Korean are such that the American needs a different way of thinking and a change in behavior in order to negotiate successfully. The American does not want to appear boorish or overbearing, and he or she also wants to be successful and to gain the advantage sought while

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