Rice Cooker Model:DE-001/DP5#2

Posted by admin on 9月 4th, 2007

DE-001/DP5#2

* CAPACITY:1.2L/1.5L/1.8L
Features and function description:
* Deluxe rice cooker;
* Beautiful and fashionable outer body
*Non stick inner pot
*With plastic inner steamer
*With cook and warm indication light;
*Detachable power cord
*Accessories: measuring cup, rice paddle, power cord, steamer

Normal packing 20′ctr(pcs) 40′ctr(pcs) 40′hq(pcs) Carton size(4PCS/CTN)
1.2L 1248 2580 302 570*290*545mm
1.5L 1160 2400 2816 580*295*565mm
1.8L 1120 2340 2740 580*295*585mm

1600W INFRARED SMOKELESS BBQ

Posted by admin on 9月 3rd, 2007

Carbon Heating Tubes
3 Power Selections-Low / Med / High
With Honey Comb & Protective Guard
3 Adjustable Grilling Heights
Large Rectangular Grid
With Bottom Drip Tray
60 Minutes Timer
With Thermal Fuse for Overheat Protection
PACKING: 70 x 25 x 41.4 (CM) / l PC
QTY. /40′: 850 PCS.

1600W INFRARED SMOKELESS BBQ

2200W INFRARED SMOKELESS BBQ

Posted by admin on 9月 3rd, 2007

Carbon Heating Tubes
3 Power Selections-Low / Med / High
With Honey Comb & Protective Guard
3 Adjustable Grilling Heights
Large Rectangular Grid
With Bottom Drip Tray
60 Minutes Timer
With Thermal Fuse for Overheat Protection
PACKING: 88 x 25 x 41.4 (CM) / l PC
QTY. /40′: 670 PCS.


2200W INFRARED SMOKELESS BBQ

500W MICA PANEL HEATER

Posted by admin on 9月 2nd, 2007

Power Selection:500W
Micathermic Heating element
Heat generate by Convection & Radiant
Adjustable Thermostat
Double Built-in Safety Cut-outs
Splash proof-IP21
With Wall-mounted feature
Pop-up Handle (Optional)
Free Standing with Castor (Optional)
PACKING: 54x 55 x 12.5 (CM) / 1 PC
QTY./:1,800 PCS.


500W MICA PANEL HEATER

Featured Product! 1500W MICA PANEL HEATER

Posted by admin on 9月 1st, 2007

Power Selection:500W,1000W &1500W
Micathermic Heating Element
Heat generate by Convection & Radiant
Modern & Slim Design
Adjustable Thermostat
Double Built-in Safety Cut-outs
Splash proof-IP21
Pop-up Handle
Free Standing with Castor
With Wall mounted feature
PACKING: 87 x 55 x 12.5 (CM) / 1 PC
QTY./40′:1,020 PCS.

1500W MICA PANEL HEATER

China to become second largest exporter this year

Posted by admin on 8月 18th, 2007

Updated: 2007-08-18 17:53

China may overtake the United States to become the world’s second largest exporter this year if its current export growth speed continues, said a senior government official Saturday.

Yu Guangzhou, vice minister of commerce, told the China Economic Development Forum that for now China ranks the third after Germany and the US in terms of export volume, but it is highly possible that China will surpass the US to be next to only Germany within this year.

In 2006, China’s export volume trailed that of the US only by less than US$70 billion, while its export growth speed was seven percentage points higher than that of the US. Calculated with the current growth rate, China’s export may possibly exceed that of the US by US$50 billion this year.

Observers in Beijing estimated that if China maintains its foreign trade growth rate, it will replace Germany to become the world’s top exporter next year. In terms of total foreign trade volume, China will possibly surpass Germany to become world’s no 2 this year or by next year, with the US ahead only.

Customs statistics show that in the first half of this year, China’s foreign trade volume reached US$980.9 billion, up 23.3 percent year-on-year. Of this, export grew 27.6 percent to US$546.7 billion, while import grew 18.2 percent to US$434.2 billion.

Yu said that China’s foreign trade structure has been gradually optimized through readjusting tax rebate policies and processing trade policies. The export of high energy consuming and high pollution products has dropped sharply.

New Zealand to invest $12 mln in China to expand trade

Posted by admin on 8月 18th, 2007

www.chinaview.cn 2007-08-18 00:10:18
BEIJING, Aug. 17 (Xinhua) — New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) is to invest 12 million U.S. dollars in China to boost trade and promote its businesses.

Rod MacKenzie, group managing director of North Asia with NZTE, said the investment would be used to develop a New Zealand concept center in Shanghai.

The center would chiefly provide information on New Zealand, such as travel, fashion, food and lifestyles.

Meanwhile, New Zealand will open five new business offices in China in four years.

The project served as a strategic plan for identifying key trade opportunities in China, especially during the 2010 Shanghai World Expo, said MacKenzie.

Locations of the five offices were yet to be decided, but the NZTE said that it had researched markets and trade opportunities in Wuhan, Dalian, Shenzhen, Qingdao and Chengdu.

New Zealand would seek new export opportunities in China in fields such as food, beverage, wood and agricultural technologies.

Bilateral trade topped 5.11 billion U.S. dollars in 2006, said MacKenzie.

New Zealand’s exports to China include dairy products, eggs, honey, wood, wood pulp, and seafood while imports from China are chiefly electronics, furniture, toys, steel products and textiles.

Tony Browne, New Zealand Ambassador to China, said the China-New Zealand Free Trade Zone Agreement was under discussion with the 13th round of negotiations concluded and the 14th round to be held soon in Beijing.

But he was reluctant to comment on the details of the negotiations.

“It is a very detailed, very complicated, very elaborate negotiation. It is a very difficult negotiation because it is China’s first negotiation with a developed country and it is the most important bilateral negotiation that New Zealand is dealing with,” Browne said.

The NZTE, New Zealand’s national economic development agency, has a global network of 48 offices.
Editor: Yan Liang


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