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Americans' style of negotiation tends to be rational and legally oriented. Americans usually like to keep negotiations on a strict time schedule: moving along logically from one point to the next, hoping to reach an agreement and to sign a contract as soon as possible.Japanese, on the other hand, tend to see negotiation as a slowly evolving matter of building trust and respect. They value informal verbal agreements and long-term relationships more than the legal contracts and short-term goals usually pursued by Americans.



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まず、辞書を引いてわからない単語を調べてください。 文法的に難しいものではないので、単語の意味がわかれば自力で和訳できるはずです。   schedule:の後に続く部分はアメリカの交渉の例がかかれていること。 最後の文のvalue は動詞だということ。 同じ最後の文章のgoals の後にwhich are を補うと訳しやすくなります。



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