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Q: questions about a new city. namely Nanjing

So hoping to start a market scene with the AGENT of an international inflatables outsourcer in nanjin, as this would be my first time going to nanjing and practically dont know anyother place except the rock im under, wanted to know if i get the job. how much should i be expected to get paid as an experienced caller of 3years calling international.

and does anyone know the living standard in Nanjing by any chance ?

thanks guys Smile

6 years 30 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Nanjing

 
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Be careful when you start selling your inflatables, especially if they have a name like "Lusty Lil". Delboy and Rodney had trouble with a particular consignment a few years back (If you don't come from the UK, you might not know what the hell I'm on about).

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Inflatable whats?

 

Is this spam, or is this a serious business oppertunity?

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537.6351009674201 RMB salary per month. 

 

Terminal Cancer, but not for 8 years. 

 

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Be careful when you start selling your inflatables, especially if they have a name like "Lusty Lil". Delboy and Rodney had trouble with a particular consignment a few years back (If you don't come from the UK, you might not know what the hell I'm on about).

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umm , so sorry people but i was not talking about the R rated infatables.  the answers were helpful . its a manufacturing company hording, castles, toys(not the sex kind )(hopefully)  (caz i would not at all be able to make calls)

gawd now you got me thinking about it too =_=

LOL , thanks Smile

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