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How to properly shake hands in 14 different countries

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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.

We created a helpful guide for handshake etiquette across 14 countries, thanks to information from BBC and Mental Floss:

United States

United States

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United Kingdom

United Kingdom

Brazil

Brazil

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China

China

Turkey

Turkey

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Morocco

Morocco

United Arab Emirates

United Arab Emirates

Thailand

Thailand

Russia

Russia

Australia

Australia

Mexico

Mexico

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Switzerland

Switzerland

South Korea
South Korea

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France

France
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