If you are negotiating with people from a different country, you need to understand how cultural differences affect your conversation. The United States and China are currently conducting high-stakes trade negotiations. How do their negotiation styles differ? Li Fang, writing for tech and business news platform Huxiu.com, explains the differences between American and Chinese negotiators. This article is for anyone who wants to sharpen their intercultural competence and become more sensitive to nuances that occur during negotiations.
About the Author
Li Fang is a blogger and contributor to business and tech media platform Huxiu.com. Li writes about urban development, social observations and politics.