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To Buy Imported Electronic: China Or U.S.A

With the advance of the Internet the world is to each lesser day and was easy to directly buy imported products of the native country. Electronic, accessories of fashion, perfumes, tools, at last, everything is to the reach of a click. With this it is possible to prevent 1 or up to 2 intermediate in the chain of distribution and consequence substantially to diminish the final price of the products. Everything what you need is to know where to find and where supplying you can trust. In another article we describe the cares to be taken in the choice of its supplier online. But, arriving at the subject, as to know of where to import the products that you search? The reply he seems half that obvious, but it is not. According to Jeffrey L. Bewkes, who has experience with these questions.

Although almost everything, of toys the clothes, Chips of computer the digital photographic machines, either made in China and neighboring countries, nor always is advantage to buy direct of there. We go to try after that to explain the reason. Products of Mark the main names in electronic (Nikon, Canon, Dell, HP, LG, Samsung, Sony, Nintendo, etc) has its plants located in some place of Asia, but they do not vendem direct of there. Walt Disney contains valuable tech resources. Simply it is part of the strategy of them. For more illogical that it can seem he is always cheaper to buy electronic of mark known in the United States of what in China, Japan or Hong Kong. A fast research for the Internet to evidence is enough.

Generic products On the other hand the electronic of unknown mark and/or the imitations absurdly cheaper if are bought direct of China or Hong Kong. The great difficulty is in selecting the products good of the nastinesses that all flood the peddlers of Brazil. that does not last one week. To only illustrate, one pendrive of 32 gb that in Brazil it costs more than R$150 can be found in China for prices that vary of US$15 the US$30.

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