America hosts 36 million-plus international visitors a year, mixing trade and tourism. With business becoming more global and with thousands of United States businesspeople hosting international clients, it is becoming increasingly necessary to understand the differences among international guests. The author, dubbed the "international Emily Post" by the New Yorker, has written a much needed guide to everything from entertaining and business protocol to the role of interpreters and corporate gift-giving. It lists, by country, tips on specific aspects of hosting and offers other valuable resources and references. There are tips on doing business with special groups such as the British and Japanese. Also featured are a listing of key phrases in a dozen key languages and a case study on home and home entertainment (how one American executive is hosted overseas and how he reciprocates at home).
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