Bob Eisenman Posted January 9, 2017 Share Posted January 9, 2017 Sure.. This topic is a little off key for US buyers of EUCs of Chinese manufacture (shipped to California by boat ?). But.... With new and opening markets for the EUC being based on a buy one and say good bye (with the assurance of customer support) type of corporate brand sales encounter, does the concept of Trans Caspian markets and delivery (14 days to Baku from China) for Chinese EUC's seem potentially advantageous (fir China) when compared to current markets (US and other) and modes of product delivery (FedEx, China Post and ?). Legislation against the use of EUCs, where current markets exist, is an ever evolving issue. Does the prospect of new Trans Caspian EUC markets seem likely? Do you think that potential Trans Caspian International trade route markets are economically viable buyers of high priced EUCs? Is the Trans Caspian International trade route going to be a really big market influence in Chinese EUC sales and distributions ? Do countries along the Trans Caspian International trade route benefit as intermediary delivery destinations? Do you think that the Trans Caspian International Trade route is too long a haul by rail for EUCs on their way to the European markets? http://en.trend.az/tags/29452/ http://en.trend.az/business/economy/2421552.html http://en.trend.az/business/economy/2676443.html Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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