[00:01.31]The price you offer is too high. We can't accept it.
[00:17.13]Our rates are in line with the world market.
[00:18.21]Our prices fit in with today's market situation.
[00:27.06]You can't consider the price separately from the quality.
[00:31.52]You should take the quality into account.
[00:34.03]We have to take into consideration the quality of the goods.
[00:57.59]How about reducing the price by 5%?
[01:04.12]How about $100 per unit?
[01:16.05]I propose a reduction of 4%.
[01:17.39]This is the best we can offer. We can't go any lower.
[01:20.07]This is our rock-bottom price, we can't make any further concessions.
[01:26.29]This is the lowest price we can offer.
[01:28.31]I The best we can do is another 30 dollars off. That's definitely the lowest we can go.
[01:31.43]Let's meet each other halfway.
[01:35.00]Let's meet each other halfway again and split the difference.
[01:37.44]I appreciate your counter-offer, but find it too low to accept.
[01:39.11]I can't accept your counter-offer.
[01:39.57]This is our rock-bottom price, Mr. Lee.
[01:41.45]If that's the case. there's not much point in further discussion. We might as well call the whole deal off.
[01:47.41]What I mean is that we:ll never be able to come down to your price. The gap is too great.
[01:56.34]I think it unwise for either of us to be inflexible. How about meeting each other halfway?
[02:03.30]What's your proposal?
[02:07.01]Your unit price is100 dollars higher than we want. Well, I suggest we meet each other halfway.
[02:15.04]Do you mean a further reduction of 50 dollars in our price? That's impossible!
[02:22.08]What would you suggest?
[02:25.33]The best we can do is another 30 dollars off. That's definitely the lowest we can go.
[02:33.30]That still leaves a gap of 20 dollars. Let's meet each other half-away again and spljt the difference; I think this is a price we can both be satisfied with.
[02:45.55]OK. We can meet halfway again.