Intercultural Competence in Intercultural Business Communication

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Abstract

With the development of the integration of the world and the language and culture, the cultivation of intercultural communicative competence has become the ultimate goal of the foreign language teaching. This paper begins by analyzing personal understandings of successful Intercultural Business Communication skills and importance of learning Intercultural Business Communication skills, followed by four stages in experiencing a new culture skills, and at last it brings forward four action plans to improve the skills.

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Zheng, M. (2015) Intercultural Competence in Intercultural Business Communication. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 3, 197-200. doi: 10.4236/jss.2015.33029.

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