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  author={A. M. Inun Jariya},
The objective of the study is to investigate and analyze the influence of Western cultural values on human resource, marketing, finance and general management practices. This paper is expected to answer the importance question: Are Human Resources Management, Marketing, Finance and General Management practices influenced by Western culture or not? It is generally accepted that the practices of management is considered to be universal until Hofstede (1980) published the seminal work: Culture’s… 

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