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Business opens second China export centre | Fast Track China (UK)


Fast Track China (UK) is opening a second centre to promote British trade in China and expects to follow with two more. The Tyneside-based business, which specialises in supporting export sales to China, has signed a memorandum of understanding with officials in Hunan to open a second exhibition centre in Changsha. Richard Sice, chief executive of Fast Track China, said: 'The second exhibition centre in Changsha will be a major development for us, as we continue to strengthen our ability to support British and European businesses wishing to export to China. China has a population of 1.3bn people and there is a strong demand for products from the UK, so the development of a network of exhibition centres has massive potential to support the efforts to grow trade links between our two countries.' Fast Track China is designed to help new and experienced exporters successfully access and win new business in China. The company works with clients to assess the market potential of their offering, provide specialist intellectual property rights protection advice, design strategies and action plans, translate product literature, provide e-commerce services, tax-free bonded storage, secure payments in guaranteed and hard currency, and guaranteed exhibition space.


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