American organizations are doing an increasing amount of business in Brazil. As with planning meetings in any foreign country, differences in language, monetary currency, and time zones present enough of a challenge--but throw in differences in the norms, expectations, and behaviors of the local people you will work with, and things really get tough. The following tips have been gathered by Dan Cormany, a former meeting planner and currently a doctoral student at the University of Nevada, ...

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