Doing Business Worldwide
Extracts from the introduction of each country:
Albania: Doing Business in Albania
A Mediterranean country, Albania shares many of the characteristic features of Italy, Greece and Turkey not only in terms of culture but also in terms of cuisine and beliefs of the people. Read more about this country, its traditions and the habits of its people.
Belarus: Doing Business in Belarus
Nowadays Belarus is an important transit route for Russian gas supplies to parts of Western Europe. Belarus is also a major exporter of machinery, chemical and petroleum products. Read more for Country information, Language, meeting people, Belarusian business, food, climate, beliefs and superstitions.
Bulgaria: Doing Business in Bulgaria
Bulgaria is the only country where people shake their heads to indicate consent/agreement and nod to express negation. Read more for Business Etiquette, behavior, communication, body language, business culture, cultural awareness, societal rules, beliefs and superstitions, eating customs.
China: Doing Business in China
In China, business relationships are personal relationships; establish a trusting personal relationship that demonstrates your respect. Become friends with local influential officials. Read more for business etiquette, appearance, behavior, communications, gifts, business culture, cultural awareness, Confucius rules, numbers, colors, beliefs, eating customs.
Croatia: Doing Business in Croatia
The Croatian language is a Slavic language with 30 letters. Do remember that people in Croatia refer to the language as the Croatian language and not as the Serbo-Croat language. Read more for Croatian language, pronunciation of Croatian letters, traveling around Croatia for business, business matters, wining and dining, recent history, buying property in Croatia, Joining the European Union, Healthcare in Croatia.
The Czech Republic: Doing Business in the Czech Republic
If you want to open a business in the Czech Republic, there are many companies and organizations which specialise in foreign trade whom you may wish to contact. The Czech Republic is quickly becoming a popular tourist destination due to the availability of interesting sightseeing and excellent services at cheap prices. Read more about the possibilities available for doing business in the Czech Republic.
Denmark: Doing Business in Denmark
If you are lacking topics to chat about at dinner parties, a good rule of thumb is to talk about the changeable Danish weather. Read more about why the Danes could be considered the happiest people in the world.
Egypt: Doing Business in Egypt
In Egypt, it is an old inherited Muslim custom that men do not wear golden jewellery; if you want to wear any only silver is allowed! Female tourists and foreigners in general are expected to abide by the local traditional standards of modesty. Read more about Egyptian etiquettes and culture.
Estonia: Doing Business in Estonia
Estonia’s capital, Tallinn, is a picturesque medieval Old Town with hundreds of fascinating restaurants, cafés and shops. Estonia is a small country and it takes only about six to eight hours to drive across it. Read more for Estonia’s language, people, economy, transport, etc.
Greece: Doing Business in Greece
If you wish to do some sightseeing while you are doing business in Greece you really have lots of options. If you are in Athens, don’t forget to visit the Acropolis right in the heart of the city, where you will see the well-known Parthenon, ancient temple of Athena, as well as well the Erechthium and the museum. Read More on doing business in Greece
Hungary: Doing Business in Hungary
Hungary is a new member of the European Union and the business etiquette in this country is undergoing radical changes. It is advisable to study the canon of business culture as well as to prepare for slightly different behavior in every-day situations. Read more about Hungarian language, business etiquette, appearance, body language, behaviour, meeting etiquette, gifts, eating customs and religion.
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