made-in-china.com - trusted site?

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edorst
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24 Jun 08 09:15:12 pm
hi, everybody ,just one question about the site : Link hidden: Login to view
is it a reliable site as tradetang or dhgate ? :?:

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gulfy13
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25 Jun 08 12:49:22 am
It looks to me like it's the same sort of trade site as 'alibaba' and 'tradekey'. You would have to be very very careful in making a determination as to wether or not to do business with any of their suppliers...

After browsing through some of the listings, I see alot of the same sellers that are selling through both tradekey and alibaba and as everyone knows those site are full of scammers....

That being said, If you do the proper research you can find reliable sellers on all of these sites. I use sellers from both alibaba and tradekey. But they were hard to find. I only used the ones that accept secure payment types and who were willing to provide a sample product. I also made it a point to converse through email to see how fast they would reply to my questions and follow up after sample orders....

Buying from china can be very tricky, but once you find a good supplier it can be well worth all the trouble...

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edorst
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25 Jun 08 12:59:59 pm
thank you very mutch for the answer,it allows me to keep a cool head face this multitude of products and make the right choice for my business.

thank you Gulfy13. :wink:

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26 Jun 08 04:55:46 am
Just heard on the news a few days ago that manufactures are starting to move their businesses out of china due to the high oil and fuel prices. Said shipping from china freight prices have tripled lately.analyst here in the us predict gas to go to 8-9$ a gallon within a year or so. national average now is about 4.50 per gallon in us. seen uk price at 10.00 today. The cheap goods from china market may be on the brink of busting. If you rely on china goods for most of your products you may need to be rethinking your sales strategy now. The china economic market is on shaky ground right now. :shock:


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edorst
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26 Jun 08 06:23:58 pm
Very interesting I had not seen from this angle.

the high oil and fuel prices:that trouble for everyone

how far they will go ?

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userexists
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29 Jun 08 01:43:06 am
Well it does depend upon where you live. Shipping from China to Australia is still at a rate reasonable enough to still make it profitable to import from there. Most Chinese manufactures will ship EMS (express) but if you are willing to wait a few weeks for your product, they can arrange to send it by sea which works out much cheaper.


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rhaziq
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29 Dec 08 04:06:29 pm
use it cautiously.

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rhaziq
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29 Dec 08 04:07:08 pm
use it cautiously.

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