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Today is a good time to become more educated about China, given its increased openness to foreign investors and multinational joint ventures. There are, after all, significant costs associated with misinformed expectations and opinions. U.S. businesses report, for example, that they damage their ability to hire and retain employees when they fail to understand the values and attitudes of Chinese workers. For those planning to work or travel in China, learning to read the culture correctly is a worthwhile investment. This learning is often impeded by false assumptions and stereotypes. This paper gives you list of key points companies may want to consider before venturing into the Middle Kingdom.
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