A proforma invoice is a sales document that the seller sends to the buyer, especially in international orders. This document will contain the order details and it often also the seller's bank details, to make the payment. The proforma invoice is different from a commercial invoice, because … [Read more...] about The differences between Pro Forma and Commercial Invoice
The documents used in import and export can be classified according to the function they perform. Specifically, we can recognize: - Commercial documents - Financial documents - Transport documents - Insurance documents - Documents issued by government bodies and chambers of … [Read more...] about The main import and export documents
Today China is an increasingly strong and established economic power, infact Chinese products circulate all over the world. The reason isn’t only the low cost of labor. During the years, China has established as the country where manufacturing products is more efficient and cheaper than other … [Read more...] about China is the factory of the world: motivations and primates.
Dropshipping is a way of managing an e-commerce store thanks to which you can start by investing little or nothing, because it allows to eliminate the strict management requirements of an e-commerce. To get more specific, dropshipping can be defined as a business model to be used to manage an online … [Read more...] about Dropshipping Clarifications
Alibaba and Aliexpress are two eCommerce platforms, both owned by the same company, the Chinese Alibaba group, which is the world's largest online market for wholesale and retail sales. It is based in Hangzhou, in China and it was founded by the general manager Ma Yun, who has worked in various … [Read more...] about Aliexpress Vs Alibaba: differences
There are more than 2000 trade fairs in China every year, some of which are well known compared to others. In international fairs you can meet many Chinese suppliers and traders who can represent excellent new contacts for doing business.The best known and best known Chinese fair is certainly the … [Read more...] about Fairs: the six most important fairs in China.
Yiwu international commercial market si the biggest Who l’esame market in the world.It si extended for 7 kilometres. There Are a wide type of products among which household and textile products, clocks, glasses, varied accessories...Every year this place attracts over 500000 buyers from all over the … [Read more...] about Yiwu Market: what is it and why it’s called enduring fair.
The RoHS Directives (acronym for Restriction of Hazardous Substances) impose restrictions on the use of given dangerous substances in the manufacture of various types of electrical and electronic equipment, with particular reference to heavy metals. The legislation is closely linked to another … [Read more...] about RoHS: legislation and certification