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During business meetings, it is always advisable to express a conservative attitude or rather appearance. Basically, it is out of their customs for Japanese businessmen to be arrogant in any business affairs, and therefore, arrogance from other business entities is considered a lack of respect for the Japanese host in the business meetings. Upon an initial meeting with a Japanese host, it is necessary for one to honor the Japanese cultural traditions such as bowing head before shaking hands and responding to the Japanese handshake among others. In business meetings, seating positions are also considered very important since it indicates one’s status. The person with the highest rank sits at the end of the table far away from the door and is never the first to sit down. The people frequently dress in a very formal manner and their attires are basically associated with their corporate or social status as a way of indicating the Japanese business etiquette in relation to the dress code. ...

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