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  • How to Import Goods Easier From China

    China became a tremendous exporter since she took part in WTO(World Trade Organization) in 2001. This chance makes various sources of China can be shared with more foreigners who are always lack of sources. Seemingly, it is good to both parts, including importers and exporters. However, if you want to import goods from China, you would better know what products should be imported from what part of China. As you know, China is so wide with so many provinces. They have different sources advantage or productivities. It will make you earn more money if you know the potential rules. I would like to share my little experience with every reader. Electronics: generally speaking, electronics factories are locating in the southern of mainland China, such as Guangdong province, further more, the electronics center of Guangdong is Shenzhen which locates the most southern of China, nearby Hong Kong. This is not a kidding, maybe the MP4 Player, Cell Phone yo   
  • Grow Your Business With Promotional Items

    Companies who are seeking a technique to increase repeat customers as well as sales may wish to consider the use of promotional items. Promotional products can be wide ranging but include any type of free gift given away to clients or prospective clients. It could be anything from corporate clothing to bottles, wallets bags or folders. The whole aim of a promotional product is for the customer to remember your company in the future. Corporate gifts and promotional products can be used in many different ways. For instance, you might choose to give away an item with each order that is placed with your company. This can be an excellent way to encourage repeat business in the future. Another option would be to establish a customer loyalty program. Customers are able to join the program for free. In exchange they will periodically receive free gifts or special perks. Some businesses have even decided to utilize a customer loyalty chart. Through th   
  • A Guide to Doing Business Face to Face in China

    Firstly - where do I go and how do I get there? By far the best place to start is with the Canton Fair in Guangzhou - cantonfair.org.cn which runs in April and October. The best way to get there is by flying into Hong Kong either direct or indirect (a short stop over in Dubai is usually cheapest) an economy ticket should set you back around 395. Once in Hong Kong there are a variety of ways of making it up to Guangzhou but I find that the easiest and cheapest way is by train, all trains run from Hung Hom station in Kowloon and arrive at Guangzhou East station in Guangzhou, tickets are around $190HK one way. What paper work do I need? You will first and foremost need a Chinese Visa which you obtain through a Chinese embassy here in the UK - chinese-embassy.org.uk/eng/lsyw/chivisa/. You will need a Letter of invitation from a company or institution in China or Visa Notification Form issued by an authorized unit in China (Visa    
  • Shenzhen, China

    Visits China's fastest growing newest metropolises - Shenzhen, China. The city is very well known as the city of sunshine and modernity and a beautiful garden city in South China. I'm sure that by the time you set foot in this beautiful city, you will see how it kept pace with its economic and social development. What's more is that the people living in this city are in harmony with nature. Shenzhen has fast becoming internationalized as China's first special extraordinary economic zone. Unlike other large cities, Shenzhen is a strange place because its history is largely not present tangibly or in a genuine way - yet it is represented by an imitation of world-famous sights such as the Taj Mahal, Eifel Tower and the Great Wall. Despite the absence of these sites, Shenzhen has deep cultural roots dating back over 5,000 years ago but was only founded 27 years ago. In fact, archaeological research has proof that aborigines started occupyi   
  • Which City is the Financial Center in China?

    There is a long time debate in China about the following question: Which city is the financial center in China? If you raised this question 10 years ago, the answer is definitely Hong Kong, but now Shanghai is catching up really fast, and Shenzhen, a city near Hong Kong, is grabbing more attention. Shanghai used to be the financial center of China for a long time. When I travelled to Shanghai I heard quite a lot people talking about the old Shanghai, they said the city used to be called the Eastern Paris in the early 20th century. That city became history when the Communist took power and shut down all stock activities. The old stock dealers were worried about their asset being captured by the government, they chose to leave Shanghai to Taiwan or to Hong Kong, which made this small city full of financial talent. Due to the immigrants coming to Hong Kong, the city developed really fast after the second world war, and made it become a am