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Govt cautions textile exporters of fake orders

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May '08
Illegal dealers in Africa have been deceiving Chinese textile entrepreneurs of their product samples, knowing that the latter is keen to grab huge export orders.

Fake orders are being placed by a large number of African enterprises, reported officials of Chinese Government in Cameroon, who have received information from China about huge orders obtained from the region, like 900,000 pieces of wool clothes and so on.

Samples are demanded thereafter by these fake dealers who disappear once the delivery has been made. This way, the unauthorized African firms have been looting large quantity of samples from Chinese manufacturers.

Chinese official in Cameroon have warned enterprises saying that the purchasing potential of buyers there, is not very strong and hence if a big order is placed from the region, a thorough and careful investigation needs to be done to know the credibility of the importer.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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