How to Import from China

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Thanks for joining me on this journey!

In order to create very clear venation for you as reader and international business learner, this book has been formatted into an easy to follow step by step system.

In this book, you will find the breakdown of a well planned system of importing from China. This detailed procedure has evolved over decades, utilising the practices from well experienced international trading partners.

There is no absolute typical method to use this book. You may choose to read the chapters in order or you may skip around, reading different chapters with certain contents of view points at different times.

To get the most value out of this book, you can keep it where you work and refer to it frequently throughout the whole importing process.

The sole purpose of this book is to help you and show you how to have competitively priced, high quality Chinese products delivered to your warehouse door under proper guidance with minimum efforts and costs.

After putting efforts on memorizing the ideas, terms and principles, you should apply them immediately. Instead of putting your business plan on the shelf, you should take actions.

The more action you take right now, the more you and your company can harvest the result and benefiting from importing from China.

When this book is nearly to be competed, I could hardly control my excitement and joy in knowing the collaboration of very best material and ideas which was going to be in this one book which would be the tools for personal business excellence at their fingertips.

Building an extraordinary business is the waging efforts of numerous people from across the globe. In the chapters that follow, you will be exposed to a wide variety of ideas, terms, techniques and experiences which have all been designed to help you make your business truly extraordinary.

Thank you for purchasing this book and good luck with your importing!

Enjoy the program!

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About the author

As Business Director and Founder of Australia Jada International Trading Company, Mr. Richard Tong has rich experience in International Trade. After completion of Bachelor degree of Business Administration from university, before settling in Australia, he had held important entrepreneurial role in China Technical Import & Export Corporation for 5 years. Richard migrated from communist China to Australia more than 10 years ago. With knowing little about western culture when he arrives, his persistence, positive attitude and motivation to succeed have helped him to overcome obstacles and achieve many significant goals in his life. Though Australian market is intensely competitive market, newly established Australia Jada International Trading Company is still the finalist of Australian Small Business Awards in 2010 by Australian Business & IT Expo. Mr. Richard Tong has Chinese background. He understands Chinese culture very well and can speak fluent Mandarin and some Chinese dialects. His work can be the bridge between East and West. It can be the milestone for people in western countries, but also many other English speaking countries who are hoping for developing the business relation with China. It will also help many westerners who are eager to know more about Chinese culture. This book has been dedicated to YOU – the reader. People often complain about lack of time when the lack of direction is the real problem. It is easy to know what you want, but sometimes frustrating when you do not know how to get it. Number One tip - Educate yourself.

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Xlibris Corporation
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Published on
Apr 18, 2013
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Pages
271
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ISBN
9781483619149
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / International / General
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