A Naked View of the Trans-Pacific Partnership
by Timothy Barnes
An unbiased, fact based, easy to read commentary on the largest trade deal the US has ever signed. The word ‘naked’ is used, as a method to remove the costumes, make-up and other accessories that are typically utilized by politicians, stakeholders and interested parties to dress up an argument to sell their personal views. Instead, this book looks at the naked facts, the history of free trade, how specific industries and companies will be impacted, and includes commentary from representatives covering all view points, to allow the reader to objectively review the subject matter and make their own conclusion.
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Navigating Japan’s Business Culture: A Practical Guide to Succeeding in the Japanese Market
by Robert C. Azar
Most books on doing business in Asia cover how to exchange business cards, the need to exchange gifts, etc. However, that is etiquette, not business. “Navigating Japan’s Business Culture: A Practical Guide to Succeeding in the Japanese Market” analyzes Japan’s actual business practices, shows how business is conducted differently, and provides actionable and proven methods for American companies to most effectively deal with them. While only published two months ago, it is already being well received by business, academic and government entities in both America and Japan.
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