CHICAGO -- The most common mistake novice importers make when starting out sourcing product from China is not acquiring very basic knowledge about that country, said Bill Liu, vice president, NaviAsia Consulting Group, Evanston, Ill. Just before speaking at a seminar during the International Home and Housewares Show here this week, Liu told SN that while there are many resources and consultants specializing in sourcing goods from China, the company itself, whether a supermarket or other ...

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