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Chinese e-commerce company launches Hungarian website

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Yiwubuy, which calls itself the website of the world's biggest small commodity market, has launched a Hungarian operation (hu.yiwubuy.com), the company’s general manager Wang Jianjun said on Monday.

The web site allows customers to place direct orders with Chinese wholesalers, in English and Hungarian, and aims to find Hungarian retailers who intend to buy Chinese consumer goods.

Giving a press conference, Wang said that the new website operates in Hungarian, English and Chinese languages. He added that the website enables Hungarian buyers to place orders that are handled by Chinese partners, who can conduct confirmation, payment, inspection and customs 
clearance.

While the site has extensive listings, and a Hungarian phone number that you can call, the translation into Hungarian is still a bit rough, and is apparently handled by translation software.

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