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Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
Protocol in other countries mexico&australia
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  • 1. MEXICO
  • 2. FLAG
  • 3. LOCATION Area: 1.972.550 km² Population: 116.901.761.
  • 4. LENGUAGE AND ETHNIC GOUPS Language:  Spanish  67 indigenous languages. Others Ethnic Make-Up 1% White 9% Amerindian Mestizo 30% (Spanish- Amerindian) 60%
  • 5. OTHER INFORMATION Capital: Mexico City Main Cities: Monterrey, Guadalajara, Tijuana, Puebla, Toluca, León, Juarez, Terrón, San Luis Potosí. Government: Federal Republic. Currency: Peso ($, MXN) Religion: Other Protestant 5% 6% Roman Catholic 89%
  • 6. TOP 10 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS  10. Acapulco:  Popular destination for Mexicans and US college students in their spring break. 9. Guanajuato:  Nestled in the mountains of the Sierra de Guanajuato lies the beautiful colonial city.
  • 7. TOP 10 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS  8. Oaxaca:  It is weel-known for having one of the best Dia de Los Muertos festivals in Mexico. 7. Cozumel:  It is the destination for scuba diving and snorkelling. It is one of the best places to diving of the world.
  • 8. TOP 10 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS  6. Los Cabos:  Great destination for water sport lovers. 5. Palenque:  It contains some of the finest architecture and sculptures the Maya ever produced.
  • 9. TOP 10 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS  4. Copper Canyon:  The most popular way to explore it is the“Chihuahua al Pacifico” Railway. . 3. Tulum:  The tropical beach backdrop makes this a stunning top attraction which should not be missed.
  • 10. TOP 10 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS  2. Chichen Itza:  It is the largest of the Maya cities in the Yucatan Peninsula. 1. Teotihuacan:  The Pyramid of the Sun is the largest of al Mexico.
  • 11. COUNTRY ETIQUETTE AND CUSTOMS Greeting unfamiliar person:  Pat each other on the right forearm or shoulder Wait until invited  Shake hands before using first Name  Greeting a friend:  A kiss in the cheek  A huge and back slapping
  • 12. GIFT GIVING ETIQUETTEWhat to give What not to give
  • 13. DINING ETIQUETTE Don’t be punctual!  Be late 30 minutes  Large party  You introduce yourself  Small gathering  Host introduce you
  • 14. WATCH YOUR TABLE’S MANNERS Hands visible while your eating It is polite leave some food in the plate Finished
  • 15. BUSINESS ETIQUETTE: What To Wear You will be judge for your first impresion
  • 16. BUSINESS ETIQUETTE: Relationships &Communications Demonstrate: Integrity Sincerity Trustworthiness You will be ask for your:  Personal background  Family  Life interests.
  • 17. BUSINESS ETIQUETTE: The Meeting The Appointment: Make the appoint ment Reconfirm the appointment The Meeting
  • 18. BUSINESS ETIQUETTE: The Meeting Formal meeting Be punctual.  Don’t irritated if they are 30 min late. Written material:  English and Spanish
  • 19. BUSINESS ETIQUETTE: The Card COMPANY Exange your card duringName the introductionEducational qualificationTelefonEmail COMPAÑIA Nombre Cualificaciones Telefono Email
  • 20. COUNTRY’S RELATED LINKS AND RESOURCES Wikipedia http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/resources/co untry-profiles.html www.google.com
  • 21. AUSTRALIA
  • 22. FLAG
  • 23. LOCATION Area: 7.686.849 km² Population: 22.000.000
  • 24. LENGUAGE AND ETHNIC GOUPS Language:  English  indigenous languages. Ethinc Make-up Aboriginal and Asian others 7% 1% Caucasian 92%
  • 25. OTHER INFORMATION Capital: Canberra Main Cities: Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. Government: democratic, federal-state system recognizing the British monarch as sovereign. Currency: Australian Dollar Religion: Other 13% Angelican 26% non- Christian 11% Other Roman Christian Catholic 24% 26%
  • 26. TOP 10 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS  10. Sydney:  It is the entrance to the country and has very interesting sites, for example: the Opera House, the bridge over the bay, the aquarium, the zoo, the Blue Mountains and nightlife. 9. Cairns:  It is a small town and the best is in its surroundings: the Great Barrier Reef, the Kuranda cableway, Port Douglas and the Daintree National Park.
  • 27. TOP 10 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS  8. Gold Coast:  Beautiful beaches and perfect for surfing, nightlife and many national parks near. 7. Fraser Islands:  Perfect for walks with trucks 4 × 4, with lots of nature and beautiful lagoons.
  • 28. TOP 10 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS  6. Magnetic Islands:  It has beautiful beaches, colonies of koalas and a national park. 5. Whitsundays:  Perfect for those who practice water sports and nightlife with lots of partying.
  • 29. TOP 10 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS  4. Ayers Rock:  A classic in the heart of the country near Alcie Springs. It is the worlds most enormous stone and sacred to the Aborigines of Australia. 3. The big oceanic road:  They are 3 hours drive from Melbourne along the sea and its giant monoliths eroded by water.
  • 30. TOP 10 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS  2. Kakadu National Park:  Near to Darwin and has lots of wildlife. 1. Tasmania:  Remember to New Zealand, has beautiful scenery, beautiful beaches, mountains and sleepy villages.
  • 31. COUNTRY ETIQUETTE AND CUSTOMS Australians are not very formal so greetings are casual and relaxed. To greet Is suffices. While an Australian may say, “Good day” or “Good day, friend”. Visitors should simply say, Hello or Hello, how are you? Australians prefer to use first names, even at the initial meeting
  • 32. GIFT GIVING ETIQUETTE What to give What not to give Friends, family, neighbours.Gifts are opened when received.
  • 33. DINING ETIQUETTE Many invitations to Be punctual! an Aussies home will be for a BBQ.  Be late 15 minutes  Contact before the hostess  if should bring your own food  Offer to help the hostess  with the preparation or clearing up after a meal is served.
  • 34. WATCH YOUR TABLE’S MANNERS Hold the fork in the left hand and the knife in the right while eating. Keep your elbows off the table and your hands above the table when eating. Finished, with the handles facing to the right.
  • 35. BUSINESS ETIQUETTE: What To Wear Business dress is conservative in Melbourne and Sydney. Wear a dark coloured, conservative business suit. Wear a smart dress or a business suit. In Brisbane or other tropical areas, depending on the job function and company culture, men may wear shirts, ties and Bermuda shorts
  • 36. BUSINESS ETIQUETTE: Relationships &Communications do not need long- standing Before they do business with people personal relationships Australians are very matter of fact when it comes to businessVery direct in the way they communicate. There is often an element of humour, often self-deprecating, in their speech. Often use colourful language that would be unthinkable in other countries.
  • 37. BUSINESS ETIQUETTE: The Meeting Appointments are necessary and relatively easy to schedule. They should be made with as much time as possible. Punctuality is important in business situations. It is better to arrive a few minutes early than to keep someone waiting. Meetings are generally relaxed; however, they are serious events. If you make a presentation, avoid hype, making exaggerated claims, or bells and whistles. Present your business case with facts and figures. Emotions and feelings are not important in the Australian business climate.
  • 38. BUSINESS ETIQUETTE: The Card Business cards are exchanged at the initial introductionwithout formal ritual. If you are not given a business card, it is not an insult; the person simply may not have one.
  • 39. COUNTRY’S RELATED LINKS AND RESOURCES http://www.absolutaustralia.com/top-10-de- sitios-turisticos-en-australia/ Wikipedia http://www.protocolo.org/internacional/resto_ del_mundo/australia_los_regalos_que_regalar _y_cuando_regalo_personal_regalo_de_empre sa.html www.google.com

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