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I agree that it is amazing that from a closed country - it looks like a massive opportunity.

But opportunities need to have someone that can see them + willing to invest and work on it.

I know some of my ex- colleges in israel that offerd lots of technology in china gardening irrigation ( Israelis small one man firms ) so I am sure people in in the UK can offer to chineese market a lot.

England has a reputation of a gardening nation, that supply high standard quality so I am sure garden designers that are willing to teach garden design, or work on designing projects in china will be able to find enough work. and if thinking few years a head i think, Phil that you flagged here a very goodidea for some .

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