Chinese entrepreneurs are on a crash course to learn professional management and rid themselves of ingrained business practices such as petty corruption, lack of initiative and putting self above company. "Take the word 'accountability,'" says Liu Chijin, chairman of Pan Pacific Management Institution. "Here, people know what it means, but it is not in their blood. If you give them an assignment, tomorrow they are likely to tell you that something else came up."

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