many people came to China with a big bag, bought some commodity, then sold everywhere.but that is not good idea.
I have a web site in China..........
Which ones should I be buying and selling?
Eckkkkk.... Eagle Kiwi.. Kiaora wahine
That's a very funny statement that you made here mate!
Hope you're all good and if not don't get caught!
Kia oraaaaaa kare
Sorry couldnt resist ,naughty I know.
China actually is a fine example to the world how to mass produce ,and avoid the rising unemployment problem ,plus welfare ,well whats that ?.
No food, No healthcare , you die -problem elimated.
Hmmm....the Western world is becoming pretty darn close to the latter, so in the end which culture does better?
Hey PD just off topic , tried this fish called Walleye here , cooked by this Native American guy , man it was fresh and the best feed of fish Id had since bein in the states!!....
See ya soon, the long white cloud is calling , wonder how much seriously sugar laden products I can stuff on board when I exit ..shhhh
I think you will find that particular issue was dealt with last year - the guys who tried to make a fast buck by dosing milk products to fool whatever test decides the price - were found guilty and shot. A principle that many western countries might do well to emulate rather than rewarding just the fast buck.
i think to trade low cost commodity from china to foreign is good dirction. but that is not easy. it is not a good idea.i will tell you in my articles.
And Cadbury - who dumped onto China the chocolate made with some fat that is not cocoa butter - would be high on my list, but that is a personal thing about spoiling my chocolate experience
what's your selection of industry sector is very important.just like machine industry,food industry,sex industry....etc.
I give you the first idea in my article.
The first idea that i think many people had known.but maybe someone need it.
and i will describe it detailly, waiting for my next article.
God bless you.
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