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Cultural Differences - International Marketing - Lecture Slides

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Marketing
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Economics
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International Marketing is course name for this lecture. This lecture includes: Cultural Differences, Management Styles, Gender Bias, Business Ethics, Open Tolerance, Flexibility, Humility, Knowledge of the Country, Liking for Others, Command Respect

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