S: Jordan Knox Global Business Etiquette
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1: Why I selected this country | I picked this country because it's far away and because it seems pretty cool.
2: Facts and Statistics | India is one of the most ancient living countries, and also has the largest democracy. | The capital of India is Delhi. It is located in Southern Asia.
3: Yoga originated in India | Facts and Statistics
4: Since India is such a large country, the weather is different in every area. It can be cold in some parts and extremely hot in others. | Population: 1,065,070,607
5: Ethnic Make-up: Indo-Aryan, Dravidian, Sikh.
7: Language Culture and Society | There are many different languages spoken in India, as well as different races. Each race speaks their own launguage. | India is a Hierarchy | They believe that giving gifts eases transition into the after life.
8: Etiquette and Customs | Indian's prefer to do business with people they know. You should try to have someone introduce you before trying to do a business deal.
9: When W | When greeting people in India, you should greet the eldest first. | In India, it is considered rude to say 'no.' Men and women do not shake hands. You should take off your shoes before entering an Indian home.
10: Business Etiquette and Protocol | In India, decisions are made by the person with the highest authority. | If you lose your temper, you lose the business deal.
11: Use the right hand to give a business card. | If you have a business card, you should give it to the person after the handshake. | Don't disagree with negotiates publicly.
12: Indian farmers agree to gov't settlement | India: In the news
13: Malaria: Bigger killer in India than know Indian Market subdued in early trade