A: Hello. Mr. Zhang. Please come and sit down.
B Thannk you. l'm so glad to see you again.
A Me tooA
B: l'm also pleased that we have been doing business so well with each other and our cooperation over the years has been a fruitful one.
A: l'm glad that you are satisfied with the service we provided.
B: As you know.one of the purposes of my present visit here is to discuss ways of strengthening the relationship between us.
A: This idea is exactly mine. As a matter of fact.l was going to mention that we still had some capacity at the Vietnam refinery.
B : That's interesting. We are going to expand our gasoline import at the moment. It would certainly be easier to deal with an old and reliable friend than to establish a new relationship. Of course. it depends on the processing fee you will offer.
A: I think we can work out something there. As a rule. ourprocessing fee decreases with the amount of crude oil we sell.
B : Good. I think that's something we can talk about in detail later. At present.we are going to buy 6.000 tons of gasoline for our company.
A: That's very good.
B: Can you provide it right from the stock'?
A: Yes.of course.
B: That's good. Can we determine the price according to the internationally accepted standard'?
B: Good. Now I must try to get a vessel. And if everything goes on well,we can expect to draft and sign a contract soon.
A: Good. We'II get the necessary document drawn up.
B; And we'II follow the usual signing procedures.shall we?
A: Yes.that's the best.
B; But l'm afraid we'd have to negotiate other terms and conditions concerning this transaction . shall we '?
A: lf you feel it necessary. let's think them over this evening and meet here tomorrow aftemoon.
B: That's good. See you tomorrow.
A: See you.