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The Culture of Poland Student’s name Course Name: Instructor’s Name: Date The Culture of Poland Introduction Poland has a total population of thirty nine million people and is richly endowed with natural resources (Woodward, Yoruk, Koc, & Pander, 2010).
The country is a member of the European Union and is the sixth biggest country in the union. The main sectors supporting the economy include information technology, automotive electronics, food processing, tourism, and the banking. According to Skarzynska (2002), the Polish people have a unique business culture where they are ambitious individuals who are hard negotiators and always eager to do business. They have also acquired western methods of business management and are bureaucratic. To successfully invest in a country and market your products, it is important to understand the cultural environment. This paper will analyze the cultural environment of Poland and to do this successfully, the paper will discuss the language, religion, art and entertainment, foods and social cultures and rituals in the country. Polish Language Language is an important aspect of the people’s culture and is critical when communicating with others. Comprehending the language of the people in a country is important when carrying out business with the inhabitants of the country or in daily general interactions. Poland is made up of four main ethnic groups: Poles, Germans, Belarusians and Ukrainians. ...
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