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Made in the USA, Sold in China!


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The Publisher of MoldMaking Technology attended ChinaPlas in Shanghai, China,  in support of U.S. manufacturers exhibiting there last month.  The U.S. pavilion, consisted of 37 exhibitors mixed with moldmakers, molders and technology suppliers.  There were a few other U.S. suppliers exhibiting in their own space as well throughout the more than 20 halls. He visited the booth of the U.S. Consulate General Shanghai, which is offering help to any U.S. Manufacturer wanting to do business in China. Lisa Tang, Commercial Specialist, lisa.tang@trade.gov and Sara Fox, Commercial Officer, sarah.fox@trade.gov. If you or any of your colleagues which to expand your business into China, please feel free to touch base with them!

 

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