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PART A – REFERENCE LISTBecker, K, Ph.D.2000 Culture and International Business, International Business Press, New YorkCross-cultural understanding c1999, Videorecording, Boulder, CO : Big World Inc.,Hendrix, A 2001. The Nuances of Language / Cross-cultural communication can often lead to misinterpretation :[FINAL Edition]. San Francisco Chronicle, April 15, pp. A10 (online ProQuest)Mattock, J 'Cross-cultural communication; the essential guide to international business, 2d rev.ed. (reprint, 1999). ' Kogan Page Ltd, Vol. 18, Iss. 3 pp.1-176Morand,D A 2003. Politeness and the clash of interaction orders in cross-cultural communication. Thunderbird International Business Review 45, no. 5, September, pp. 521-541, (online ProQuest)Nelson, EM 1999, 'Internationally-focused managerial behaviors of executives working in large United States multinational corporations'. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign , March,pp, 1-12, (online ProQuest)Thomas, D, C., 2008, Cross-cultural management : essential concepts, 2nd edn, Sage Publications, Thousand OaksPark, MY, & Dillon, WT & Kenneth LM 1998, 'Korean business letters: strategies for effective complaints in cross-cultural communication.'

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