Dispute with two companies in China and Taiwan

I have a dispute with two companies, one in China and one in Taiwan. I would like your suggestions. I will be at the Global Sources China Sourcing Fair in Hong Kong and happy to meet with you.


Thanks for your email. I would be happy to visit with you at the Global Sources Show, but rather than keep you waiting, let me tell you now what I will ask you when we meet. In this fashion, perhaps I can help solve your problem sooner rather than keep you waiting.

The first questions I always as is “Do you want to continue doing business with these suppliers?”

a)     If yes, then I would like to introduce you my contacts as they provide a service called “relationship restoration” which is basically like marriage counselor but between companies.  They have helped other friends and clients of mine and I am happy to recommend them as they are professional and affordable.

b)    If your relationship can not be salvage with these suppliers and you are looking for a lawyer in China to help you fight to get compensation, then I highly recommend China based AsiaBridge Law firm at www.AsiaBridgelaw.com

Representatives from both of these companies may join me at the show, I would be happy to introduce you now via email or later in person.  In advance of the mtg, please advise if your situation is A or B from the options above. BTW, if you need to gather information about your suppliers for your lawsuit, check out www.SourcingServiceCenter.com as they can introduce a China based company that helps foreign companies conduct investigations. I would be happy to introduce you if you need that kind of support.

Wishing you successful China sourcing!

Question answered by Mike Bellamy, host of “Ask the Experts” at the China Sourcing Information Center.

Mike Bellamy is an Advisory Board Member & Featured Blogger at the not-for-profit China Sourcing Information Center (www.ChinaSourcingInfo.org). He is also the author of, “The Essential Reference Guide to China Sourcing” (chinasourcinginfo.org/book) and founder of PassageMaker Sourcing Solutions (www.PSSchina.com)

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