How to properly shake hands in 14 different countries
In Brazil and the United States, a firm handshake is expected. This would be off putting in the UK, as the British like to greet each other with a lighter handshake.
Every country has a unique set of customs, and it is important to recognize and respect cultural differences, especially when conducting business around the world.
Kathleen Elkins contributed to an older version of this post.
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