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Guangzhou cityscape Canton Fair: Key Insights into the Oldest and Largest Trade Fair in China

Canton Fair: Key Insights into the Oldest and Largest Trade Fair in China

The China Import and Export Fair, also known as Canton Fair, is the largest trade show in China and one of the largest in the whole world, as hundreds of thousands of people attend the event in order to find new and exciting products for their import/export business.

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magnifying glass Quality Control in China: Understanding the Quality Inspection Process

Quality Control in China: Understanding the Quality Inspection Process

There are a lot of misconceptions and stereotypes around the “Made in China” icon. While the tagline does have a less-than-ideal reputation, poor product quality is rarely the fault of the manufacturer. Rather, poor quality can usually be traced back to a lack of communication or understanding.

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how to aviod Alibaba: How to Avoid Scams and Potential Disaster

 Alibaba: How to Avoid Scams and Potential Disaster

As e-commerce platforms like Amazon, Shopify, and Jet continue to grow, third party sellers are looking for more products to source and sell online as well. By far, Alibaba is the largest available public database of potential suppliers in the world. But with this massive online "city of factories", comes potential risks and possible scams.

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8 tips 8 Tips for Obtaining a Private Label Product Patent on a Budget

8 Tips for Obtaining a Private Label Product Patent on a Budget

Now that factories and manufacturers can sell their products directly on Amazon, Shopify, and all of the other e-commerce platforms, it is imperative that sellers at least consider the prospect of obtaining a patent for their products.

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Chinese New year Chinese New Year 2018 - What to Expect

Chinese New Year 2018 - What to Expect

In 2018, Chinese New Year will be celebrated on and around February 16th. The celebrations tend to continue over a period of roughly 3 to 4 weeks. Most Chinese will go back to their hometowns to spend quality time with extended family, celebrate a year of hard work and have a relaxing break. For most people in China, Chinese New year is the only...

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