[00:02.65]We'd like to buy your company's know-how.
[00:06.27]Buying the know-how is better than the right to use the patent.
[00:12.71]Because the know-how tells all the details of how to manufacture the machines,
[00:17.67]and buying the know-how will be capable of contributing to advancement of our scientific and technical level.
[00:24.67]Then how much will you ask for?
[00:27.74]Triple the price for the patent.
[00:30.57]That's too high a price!
[00:32.99]Oh, just the opposite, buying the know-how will be much cheaper than making the machine with our patent.
[00:39.66]I'm afraid your price is higher than I expected. Is it possible for you to reduce it?
[00:45.93]I think the price is reasonable.
[00:49.03]If that's the case, there is hardly any need for further discussion.
[00:53.29]We might as well call the whole deal off.
[00:56.38]Well, for friendship's sake, we can consider reducing the price further by 5 percent.
[01:03.18]A cut of 10 percent would be more realistic.
[01:06.84]I think it is unwise for either of us to insist on our own price.
[01:12.87]What's your proposal?
[01:14.81]We meet each other halfway in order to narrow the gap.
[01:18.70]Right, you have a way of persuading me to agree to your terms.