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the trend of B2B

Posted by alisa000 (My Page) on
Thu, May 22, 08 at 2:53

With the remarkable development of internet for decades, B2B (Business to Business), a virtual platform with positive effects for both suppliers and customers, seems to reveal its significance in the administration with low cost and great efficiency. Where the shoe pinches for B2B, however, consists in the risk of the trade on the very virtual platform, by which the distant bargain brings the fallibility between the copartners instead of a definite plain dealing in traditional face-to-face business. Consequently, registration with autonym applied by certain network operators such as madeinchina.com has turned to be a new concern for B2B for several reasons.

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  • Posted by laag z6CapeCod (My Page) on
    Thu, May 22, 08 at 7:22

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  • Posted by bboy z8 WA USA (My Page) on
    Thu, May 22, 08 at 13:42

Eeeeek! Geekspeak!!


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Ok, so if I were to take a marketing blurb in Chinese and run it through a literal, word-for-word translator, is that what would come out? What I'm getting at is do real people talk like that? My wife's dissertation made more sense, and she's a health researcher.


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My plants, soil, basic growing pots, fertilizer, and employees are all from the USA. It's my backbone. The add on gifty stuff comes from overseas.


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