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Business Meeting Etiquette in Japan
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Publicēts: 24.04.2007.
Valoda: Angļu
Līmenis: Augstskolas
Literatūras saraksts: 4 vienības
Atsauces: Nav
Nr. Sadaļas nosaukums  Lpp.
  Introduction    3
  Business Meeting Etiquette    4
  Business Card    5
  Social Interaction    6
  Giving gifts    8
  Greeting    9
  Conclusion    10
  Bibliography    11
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Japan is a country located in the southeast region of Asia. It lies between the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Japan. The current population is estimated at 126.6 million people. The capital city, Tokyo, houses 7.9 million people.
Japan is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary government. The three branches of government, judicial, executive and legislative have a system of checks and balances and separation of powers.
Lecture is about business meeting etiquette in Japan. It is important to know business meeting etiquette in those countries where come from your business partner, because that’s shows to your business partner that’s you understand and respects theirs culture.
Lecture is divided in five parts about business meeting etiquette, business card, social interaction, giving gifts and greeting.
Casual American-style attire is still uncommon in the Japanese business place. You should dress appropriately for the occasion when meeting your counterparts on business.

When sitting down to a business meeting with your Asian counterparts, the seating arrangement will be determined by the status of the participants. Do not just sit anywhere; as the guest, you will be directed to the appropriate seat.

As a general rule, the highest ranking person from the host side will sit at the head of the table. Then, other people will take their seats starting from the seats closest to him and working to the other end of the table. Those of higher status sit closest to the "head honcho".

You should stand at your seat and wait for the top guy to tell you to be seated. Then, when the meeting is finished, wait until he has stood up before standing up yourself.

Non-alcoholic drinks will probably be served at the beginning of the meeting and they will be distributed in the order of descending importance of recipients. You may want to wait for the top guy to drink from his glass before starting on yours.

Gifts are always appreciated. Consider bringing a small souvenir that represents well your hometown to give to your host. Don't be surprised if your hosts give you something from their country too. If the gift is wrapped, don't open it until you leave. If the gift is not wrapped, make sure to express copious appreciation (whether you like it or not). Ask some questions about the gift to show interest. …

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