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Trade Mission To Guangzhou, China July 24, 2007

Posted by liverpoolchamber in Business, Chinalink, Events, International.
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ChinaLink‘s Trade Mission to the Canton Fair 13 – 30 October 2007 offers both import and export opportunities.

For years this trade fair has been used by many British companies as one of the most effective ways to import or to arrange for products to be manufactured in China.

This year the trade mission introduces a new dimension – exporting to China.

It is now the China Import and Export Commodities Fair, a reflection of China’s new policy to encourage the importing of quality products from western countries.

ChinaLink is the UK partner of the Canton Fair and has pre-booked a limited number of stands for UK companies.

Financial subsidies for travel & exhibition costs for this mission are available to qualifying companies in the Merseyside area.

For further information contact:
International Trade Centre
One Old Hall Street
Liverpool L3 9HG
T: 0151 227 1234
E: chinalink@liverpoolchamber.org.uk
W: www.chinalink.org.uk

Guangzhou – ChinaLink Trade Mission to China Info Sheet [PDF]

Guangzhou Canton Fair – ChinaLink Mission Application Form [PDF]

Guangzhou Exhibiton Application Form [PDF]

Guangzhou Canton Fair – Notes for Applicants [PDF]

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1. Ahalm Tahar - July 24, 2007

I think it’s a good idea to face also the matter of Chinese import.
Here, in Italy, the main matter is to mark the Chinease exportation, when the goods are faulty they always say that Chinese products are bad because they are cheaper.
I would to know: what China thinks about European products? China says the same when Europe export to it faulty products?

Mostly the prise doesn’t depend on the quality but on the workers and raw material costs. What can we do if in that country the workers and raw materials are cheaper than in Europe?
So this is the reason why China is more competetive in prices…
High prise never means good quality!!

For example I often buy product Made in Italy at a high prise but very often the quality is like Chinese with a little difference: the prise.
It’s true that we have to safeguard our economy but we have also help the third wold to develop…

Many thanks,
Ahlam.

2. Vanessa Pipone - July 24, 2007

no, chinese products are not good, we have to make them produce our product only because the workers cost is low.

😉


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