Book: Rodgers Drew «English for International Negotiations. A Cross-Cultural Case Study Approach»

English for International Negotiations. A Cross-Cultural Case Study Approach

Производитель: "CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS"

English for International Negotiations is built around the case-study method, and covers a variety of negotiation situations set in more than twenty countries around the world. The Student`s Book addresses issues such as cultural sensitivity, the need for a common language at the negotiating table, and other factors that influence success and failure in negotiation.

Издательство: "CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS" (1999)

ISBN: 978-0-521-65749-5

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