A: I had a look yesterday. I found some of the exhibits are fine in quality and beautiful in design. The exhibition has successfully displayed to me what your corporation handles. I've gone over the catalogue and the pamphlets enclosed in your last letter. I have got some idea of your exports. I'm interested in your silk blouse.
B: Our silks are known for good quality. They are one of our traditional exports. Silk blouses are brightly coloured and beautifully designed. They're met with great favour overseas and are always in great demand.
A: Some of them to be of the latest style. Now I've a feeling that we can do a lot of trade in this line. We wish to establish business relations with you
B: Your desire coincides with ours.
A: Concerning our financial position, credit standing and trade reputation, you may refer to our bank, or to our local chamber of commerce or inquiry agencies.
B: Thank you for your information. As you know, our corporation is a state-operated one. We always trade with foreign countries on the basis of equality and mutual benefit. Establishing business relations between us will be to our mutual benefit. I have no doubt that it will bring about benefit between us.
A: That sounds interesting, I'll send a fax home. As soon as I receive the definite answer, I'll give you a specific answer.
B: We'll then make an offer as soon as possible. I hope a lot of business will be put through between us.
A: So do I.
B: I hope everything would be smooth.
A: That's what I want to say.
B: I'll give you the lowest price in the future.
A: Thank you.