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    Correction

    Would you be so kind and check these few sentences.

    Let your Japanese counterparts take the inititative and let reserve prevail for your part.
    In the beginning nowadays famous brands as for instance McDonalds, Nike and Coca Cola stood a good chance of success in establishing themselves abroad.
    On account of Globalization democracy gets a rate high and human rights come to the fore.

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    Re: Correction

    They all sound awkward.
    Let your Japanese counterparts take the initiative and don't get involved yourself.
    In the beginning, famous brands such as McDonalds, Nike and Coca-Cola stood a good chance of successfully establishing themselves abroad.
    Due to Globalisation, democracy gets a high rating and human rights come to the fore.
    I hope that I have understood what you were trying to say.
    Frank

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    Re: Correction

    Thank you.
    I have forgotten three important sentences which i am not sure of:



    The Japanese steer clear of showing disagreement directly and instead they indicate disagreement softly and indirectly.
    In case of there is a problem donít try to clear it immediately with all your might.
    Otherwise your colleagues might be intimidated and might feel obliged to withdraw.
    A whole string of Japanese women prefer to work for American companies because there is no discrimination against them and there are better promotion prospects.


    Words which are in bold type maybe are not the right words.
    I know that i can replace "a whole string of" with "many" but i am searching for new words to improve and extend my vocabulary.

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    Re: Correction

    Thank you.
    I have forgotten four important sentences which i am not sure of:



    The Japanese steer clear of showing disagreement directly and instead they indicate disagreement softly and indirectly.
    In case of there is a problem donít try to clear it immediately with all your might.
    Otherwise your colleagues might be intimidated and might feel obliged to withdraw.
    A whole string of Japanese women prefer to work for American companies because there is no discrimination against them and there are better promotion prospects.


    Words which are in bold type maybe are not the right words.
    I know that i can replace "a whole string of" with "many" but i am searching for new words to improve and extend my vocabulary.

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