Giselle, the executive of an American transportation firm, is negotiating a deal with a Japanese corporation. During the meeting, Giselle notices that her negotiation partners frequently break into side conversations using their native language. What is the most likely reason for these side conversations?
It could be to explain any confusion caused by differences in language
The official language in Japan is Japanese. Since some of the members of the team of Japanese corporation may not or have limited understanding of English Language, which was being used as a form of communication at the meeting, those who understand English very well among the members of the team of Japanese corporation may have to explain better in Japanese to their colleagues who do not or have limited understanding of English Language.
answer; i believe the correct answer is (tall); ///good luck
answer; ///i believe the correct answer is (c) laissez-faire;