501 We have that right here in this report.
502 Could you tell me some more about your market analysis?
503 Yes, our market analysis tells us our prime user will be between 40 and 60.
504 How soon can you have your product ready?
505 We certainly expect our product to be available by October 1.
506 You haven't sold your product in our country so far, have you?
507 We've only sold our product at trade fairs, not in an on-going sales campaign.
508 You've already quoted a price of $ 800 per 1,000. Is there a discount for larger orders?
509 Yes, there is. We can give a 5% discount for orders over 5,000 units.
510 We can offer a discount in progressive stages according to the size of the order.
511 We really can't discount the price more than six percent.
512 A discount of six percent is all that I'm authorized to offer you.
513 What sort of guarantee do you offer on your product?
514 A standard one. Replacement during the first year if all rules for proper use have been followed.
515 We offer a life-time guarantee.
516 We have an extended warranty available at extra cost.
517 Our guarantee covers maintenance for both parts and labor.
518 Tell us about your post-purchase servicing.
519 We use service centers at major stores. They ship goods back to our national service center for repairs.
520 We have a toll-free number for customers to call.
521 We exchange products under almost all circumstances.
522 Could you give us detailed descriptions of the capabilities of your product?
523 How long could the buyer expect your product to last?
524 What's been the consumer reaction to your product?
525 Have you marketed your product yet?
526 We're afraid that your product's quality won't satisfy Chinese customers.
527 We feel product quality is high indeed.
528 We think your X200 meets our requirements.
529 I'm afraid that the item isn't what we're looking for.
530 I think your industrial robots are the best in the field.
531 In my opinion, the product must be priced under $ 300.
532 We feel your product is too specialized for mass marketing.
533 That brings us to the question of price. What do you have in mind?
534 We think $ 87,000 per unit with a five percent discount for orders over 100.
535 Your unit price seems fair enough, but we're hoping for a higher discount rate.
536 Seven percent would be possible for orders for, say, 500 or more.
537 What's the best price you're prepared to offer for your product?
538 It depends on the quantity ordered.
539 What do you think will be a fair price for your product?
540 How much do you charge per unit?
541 What's your wholesale price on this item?
542 How much of a volume discount are you prepared to offer?
543 That seems quite soon considering the nature of the product and shipping time.
544 Other buyers are satisfied with it, but we could delay it if you could pay 40 percent up front.
545 Delivery costs will have to be borne by the manufacturer, I'm afraid.
546 If you can guarantee on-time delivery with a penalty for late delivery, we can accept your sales price.
547 Whose responsibility are the shipment charges?
548 Who assumes shipment cost?
549 That would be the responsibility of the buyer. We are prepared, however, to provide all the documentation costs.
550 We would also want you to cover insurance and the cost of transporting the goods to the port.
551 In that case, we might need to reopen the question of prices.
552 When could we typically expect delivery?
553 What sort of guarantees are there against late delivery?
554 Please show us the shipping costs for several possible carries.
555 We'll have to check these rates against those charged by other suppliers.
556 Shall we start the meeting now?
557 Thank you for attending today's meeting.
558 The first thing on the agenda is the drop in sales.
559 The purpose of this meeting is to discuss possible solutions for the pending issues.
560 Let's look at the agenda and talk the first item.
561 Mr. Smith, would you like to start things off?
562 We've gone over quite a lot. Shall we take a break?
563 I don't know about the rest of you, but I'd like a break.
564 Let's stop here and continue in about 10 minutes.
565 Well, I think it's time we get back to business.
566 Could all of you take your seats? We need to continue our meeting.
567 That's all for today.
568 Let's call it a day.
569 How about on Tuesday afternoon of next week? Is that okay with everyone?
570 I'm sorry. I can't make it on Tuesday.
571 And so, I'd like to proceed to the next stage.
572 Excuse me, I'd like to ask you a question.
573 Excuse me, but may I ask a question?
574 Forgive me for interrupting, but I have a question.
575 Before you go on, I have a question.
576 I'm sorry to interrupt, but I'd like you to explain that a little more.
577 Sure, what did you want to know?
578 Certainly. Ask whatever you like.
579 Do we really have the means to actually pull this off?
580 I'm sorry, but I didn't understand your question. Could you please restate it?
581 Would you please clarify your question?
582 I didn't catch that, Could you go over that again?
583 I'm sorry. I don't get what you're driving at.
584 Could you hold your questions until I've finished?
585 I'd appreciate it if you'd wait until be end for questions.