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By: Killis Marshall, Blaine Teets, Joshua Schaub, Colin Niewald, and John Luck
Capital City: Lisbon
Population in 2006: 10,605,870
35,655 sq miles
Portugal has 18 districts with
Largest city is Notre with 3,687,293
Became a Country in June 24, 1128
In 1500, Pedro Alvares Cabral landed
in Brazil and claimed it for Portugal
Wars: Had many revolutions, fought
in the First World War
The Moorish castle above Sintra.
Favorite Football Player
Position: Right/ Left winger forward
Club Team: Manchester United
Appearances: 181 total
Total Goals: 48
International Team: Portugal
Capital city: Athens
Government: Parliamentary Republic
Size: 50, 944 square miles
Business in Greece
Training grounds for the first Olympics held in Olympia, Greece- Wikipedia
Western side of the Parthenon on Acropolis of Athens- Wikipedia
Mount Olympus located in Northern Greece- Wikipedia
Mykonos Island- Wikipedia
Capital City: Madrid
Size of Country: 194, 898 square miles
Population 2006: 40,397,842
17 autonomous communities and 2 autonomous cities
Grand Square in the center of Madrid. Site of festivals, bull fights, weddings and royal coronations.
Political and Economic
Government type: Parliamentary Monarchy
King: Juan Carlos I
Prime Minister: José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero
Internation participation: EU, ICC, UN, WTO
Member of UN: December 14, 1955
City in central Spain. Widely known for its production of swords as well as beer, textiles, bricks and fans.
Doing Business In Spain
- Spaniards are very conscious about a persons attire.
- Honor and personal pride mean everything in Spanish culture.
-Personal Relationships are important
RUINES OF TEMPIO di CERERE
World Cup Champions!
Italian Business Culture
Hofstede'sDimensions of National Culture
Power Distance - The extent to which the less powerful members of organizations (like the family) expect that power is distributed unequally. Italy has a score of 44/100.
Individualism - The extent in which people look after their selves and their immediate family. Italy rates a 71/100
Masculinity - The distribution of roles between the genders. Italy rates a 65/100.
Uncertainty Avoidance - Society's tolerance for uncertainty. It ultimately refers to man's search for Truth. Italy rates 70/100.