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  • 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    
  • Cheap Electronics From China, Can They Finally Stack Up Against Big Brand Offerings?

    The title 'Made In China' on an 'unbranded' electronic device five years ago would have been consigned to the bargain bin at Wal-Mart. Ah how times have changed. These days China plays such a big part in manufacturing that for some of the 'cutting edge' consumer electronics technologies it is the no-name brands that are leading the charge and the big name brands that are trying to play catch up. Take for example the fields of car DVD players, LED lighting, solar energy capture, MP4 watches, netbooks and watch phones. These are all areas where 'big name' brands hare struggling, or have not even entered. And there's a good chance that the Macbook Air, IPhone, Nokia N series or Nintendo Wii you plan on upgrading to came from a China factory. So what can home businesses do to cash in on this wholesale electronics revolution of cheap electronics coming out of China? The secret of reselling cheap electronics for   
  • Buy China Wholesale, How to Save on Freight Charges?

    A freight shipment is a large-scale movement of goods, which can be loose or secured on pallets. Freight charges change frequently, sometimes as often as once or twice per year, often due to higher gas prices. If you are a business that needs to save on shipping charges, there are a few steps that you can try to get the best possible rate possible. Even if you are an individual who makes a large one-time shipment, you may be able to save some money when you inquire. Instructions 1. Call the sales division of the freight company directly and ask to establish an account. Explain your shipping volume and ask the representative if you can take advantage of any special customer program discounts. The representative may offer you a better program compared to what you might find by booking online. 2. Provide the sales office for the freight company with information about your company that shows that you ship a significant volume of goods each year. For instance, a history of your p   
  • How to Import from China

    China's factories seem to be humming 24 hours a day. Almost anything that you can imagine is made in this country. Because of lower wages and overall costs, prices for wholesale imports from China are almost unbeatable. It's logical to import products that fit your market strategy from China. With some patience and due diligence, you can locate reliable suppliers in China. Instructions         1 Choose one or two narrow product categories to import, initially. If you sell toys, perhaps you can add action figures from China to your product line. If your categories are too broad, you will spend a lot of time finding wholesale distributors and getting price quotes.         2 Find and record the International Trade Codes (ITC) for the products that you want to import at TradeInfo. This information makes it easier to get quotations from different companies, because the codes are used wo   
  • China Makes Christmas For the Rest of the World

    China is the world's biggest manufacturer of Christmas products. China exports nearly 2 billion US dollars worth of Christmas products per year with more than half going to the United States. Most of it comes from Shenzhen in South China's Guangdong province. There are over 3,000 factories in Shenzhen producing artificial Christmas trees. Christmas lights, ornaments and Christmas wreaths are also made here. These items are all made from plastic and metals. Shenzhen is on the coast about an hours drive from Hong Kong. Before 1985 most of these products were mass produced in Taiwan and Hong Kong where the labor was cheap and ports were easily accessible. Taiwan and Hong Kong were not under the strict communist rule of China. By 1985 Taiwan and Hong Kong had developed into huge exporters and their local labor costs had increased. They started looking for a place nearby to ship materials to for assembly by cheaper workers. At the same time China wa   

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