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    Business getting hard ??

    Few day ago, i sent a quotation inquiries to china forwarding company, surprise they do follow up by calling, is only RMB 24 (usd 5) shipping cost, real surprise by China Customer Service improvement (last time they don't bother to reply)

    Yesterday, i sent another custom script quotation request to US Software House, they call, ask for complete detail and reply me with quotation in less then 24 hour ........
    Is this a sign of business getting difficult in US/Europe ? last time no one bother abt request from S.E.A, always no reply from them ....

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    maybe it's going too well and now they improved customer support and hired new people?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aziz View Post
    maybe it's going too well and now they improved customer support and hired new people?
    i remember last time i call china Customer support, they hang up or scold me hehehheheh now day really make huge different .....

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    How Much Do We Buy From China? : Planet Money : NPR

    It feels like everything we buy comes from China. In fact, less than 3 percent of personal spending in the U.S. goes to China, according to a new report from the SF Fed.

    That's partly because most personal spending goes to things like health care and housing that are, by definition, produced in the U.S.


    But even when you look at the "goods" category, Americans spend way more on stuff that's made in the U.S. than on stuff that's made in China.


    For the big-ticket items in the durable goods category (cars, furniture, etc.), about two thirds of personal spending goes to stuff made in the U.S. Just over 10 percent goes to China.


    For smaller stuff — food, clothes, gas, etc. — 76 percent of personal spending goes to goods made in the U.S., and 6 percent goes to goods made in China.

    See, one must look at the big picture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iowadawg View Post
    How Much Do We Buy From China? : Planet Money : NPR

    It feels like everything we buy comes from China. In fact, less than 3 percent of personal spending in the U.S. goes to China, according to a new report from the SF Fed.

    That's partly because most personal spending goes to things like health care and housing that are, by definition, produced in the U.S.


    But even when you look at the "goods" category, Americans spend way more on stuff that's made in the U.S. than on stuff that's made in China.


    For the big-ticket items in the durable goods category (cars, furniture, etc.), about two thirds of personal spending goes to stuff made in the U.S. Just over 10 percent goes to China.


    For smaller stuff — food, clothes, gas, etc. — 76 percent of personal spending goes to goods made in the U.S., and 6 percent goes to goods made in China.

    See, one must look at the big picture!
    These statistics can be a little shewed as one big ticket item like a 767 dreamer liner equals hundreds of millions of small items at Walmart.

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    The Easter and Passover holidays most likely slowed last week down.

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    I think it's pretty natural for a business to either adapt or go under.

    Making customer support a priority is the best way to give a boost . . . . after all it's the customers who really pay the bills.

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    Did you bother to read?
    It is BROKEN DOWN>
    Geesh....
    You must be a seller of made in china crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iowadawg View Post
    Did you bother to read?
    It is BROKEN DOWN>
    Geesh....
    You must be a seller of made in china crap.
    Yeah. Clothing/shoes and household equipment are the big China buys. But you've made a point that there is a big market for US goods and services.

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    It is a clear sign that they need that call for business improvement to grow the actual sales volume.

    ~Mike

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