- Associated Press - Sunday, January 4, 2015

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - A center based at North Carolina State University is offering a course that aims to help company executives get a handle on how to navigate the ways of doing business in Japan.

The North Carolina Japan Center says registration and payment for the $150 course are required by Monday. The ten-week course is held one night a week beginning January 13.

Deep cultural differences have long made Japan one of the most difficult markets for American companies to crack. The new course examines the reasons for that and what American companies can do to better succeed in the Asian powerhouse.

The course is taught by a businessman who worked as an executive in Japanese corporations for 10 years and managed Asian operations of American companies for 25 years.



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