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Q: where can i find a reliable import/export trading company in Nanjing?

i am looking for a reliable trading company..coz..with some research i found out lots of them are fake..can any one enlighten me?..if have some info?

                                                                                                                       

9 years 50 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Nanjing

 
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Try Alibaba and made in China,most companies are reliable there,but not many trading companies tho,but factories.

 

Just wondering why are you looking for a trading company? High commission is needed if you want a trading company to help you to find the factories,and They are not even professional.

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hmmm..then its better directly get in contact with the factories and place my order..is it?.......but does the factories will handle the transfer of the goods and other stuffs..in the end dont i need a trading company to export it out of china??...do you have any suggestion?

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hmmm..then its better directly get in contact with the factories and place my order..is it?.......but does the factories will handle the transfer of the goods and other stuffs..in the end dont i need a trading company to export it out of china??...do you have any suggestion?

 

 

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i wonder if you like to work in Shanghai instead of Nanjing? if so, we will provide you job in my company,,do your have a resume? here this a position  in my company in Shanghai to develop overseas market , you can send your resume by email to elina_lv@163.com,  or contact us by QQ398515035

 

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I am a consultant and ex CEO from a Major multi National firm and have lved and worked in China for many years I can help you  what is it your looking for  here is my email address 

gene@paragonmetals.com  also here is the firm I retired from and my son is now the owner and CEO i am a consultant for them now as well as some others

 

I reside  in Beijing.   here is my old firms web site www,paragonmetals.com

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