China and France are completely opposite to each other as far as the cultural and institutional aspects are concerned. This difference is reflected in their management style also. Starting with the demographics, the population of China is more than 1.3 billion while that of France is around 63 million. Because of the high population, the Chinese government has made laws to restrict the growth and also generate a population which is hardworking and devoted. Thus, all people in China voluntarily seek employment as unemployment is seen as a social stigma. In contrast to this, French people enjoy the social security provided by their government. Hence, they are more secure as far as unemployment benefits are concerned. This reflects in their way of working as they are not always driven by the need to keep their jobs. The basic difference between the two countries lies in their government set up. China is a socialist republic while France is a capitalist and democratic country.
If we look at their religious and social setup, we can see that Chinese people are more religion-oriented and also believe in taking care of old. Because of the vastness of the population, there are many religions in China. The old generation of China is the responsibility of the younger and stronger generation who take the responsibility of taking care of them. This is quite a contrast to French people. They are less religion-oriented and believe in doing things as they want. The old people are not considered a responsibility of the younger lot and are usually confined to old age homes after a particular age when they cannot take care of themselves. The French children also have more independence as compared to the Chinese children who have to obey their parents all the time.&nbsp.

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