Etiquette book focuses on Asian business travel

01/27/2009 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Mary Murray Bosrock, an expert in international business etiquette, has this advice for Americans traveling in Asia: Don't be boorish. With special advice for business women about what to expect in foreign countries, Bosrock generally advises Americans visiting Asia to dress more formally than they do at home, learn about the host country's culture and assume the best about people's behavior. Her new book is called "Asian Business Customs & Manners: How to Converse, Negotiate, Dress, Dine, and Socialize When Doing Business With Asians From 16 Countries."

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