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Chinese Wooden White Marble Tile

Specifications of Chinese Wooden White Marble Tile Primary Color(s): White, Gray, Beige, Black, Cream, Brown, Green, Yellow, Pink, Red, Blue, Purple Stone Type: Marble Country of Origin: China Available Finishes: polished, honed, brushed, pickling, antique, sandblasted, grooved, tumbled, sawn,...

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Specifications of Chinese Wooden White Marble Tile

Primary Color(s): White, Gray, Beige, Black, Cream, Brown, Green, Yellow, Pink, Red, Blue, Purple

Stone Type: Marble

Country of Origin: China

Available Finishes: polished, honed, brushed, pickling, antique, sandblasted, grooved, tumbled, sawn, etc.

Variations: Low 


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Available Sizes of Chinese Wooden White Marble Tile

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Recommended Uses

  • Commercial & Residential

  • Interior Floors & Interior Walls

  • Countertops & Table Tops

  • Medallion & Mosaic

  • Moulding & Border

  • Door & Window

  • Tub Surrounds & Showers

  • Fireplace & Mantel

  • Garden Stone Products


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Because the harvest is so staggering so that it is not necessary to provide a reliable average for many years. In these years, the industrial environment is bound to have a lot of change; local demand, so that he can sell their products in the distant market convenience, and so far to competitors in his local market to sell the convenience of the product, perhaps Have changed. Landlords have also encountered difficulties in determining how much land rents are being collected, and other difficulties arising from differences in the competency standards of farmers across the country. The farmer's producer surplus or British rent is the difference between the proceeds of the farm's products that provide more than the farmer's normal profits, which is assumed to be the ability of the farmer and the firm's heart, This kind of farm is normal. The difficulty lies in deciding how the word should be interpreted as a generalized solution for narrow sense. Obviously, if the farmer's ability is below his standard capacity in the area, if his sole strength lies in the bargain, if his total product is small and his pure product is even less proportioned In the case of a landlord, if the landlord commits a more capable tenant, he can pay a higher salary, obtain more purely product, and pay more rent, then his action represents everyone Interests. On the contrary, if the local normal ability and corporate standards are not high, the landlord as much as possible from the farmers to achieve the standard to grab more than he can deliver the rent, from the ethical point of view is clearly wrong, in the long term with the landlord Is also incompatible, even if he is from the higher standards of the region into the farmer can get the kind of rent, this thing is also inappropriate. Another problem that is closely linked to the above is that the tenant should have the freedom to exploit the natural potential of the land and at his own risk, provided that if he succeeds, he can get greater than the normal corporate profits. In the case of various small land improvements, long-term chartering has overcome this difficulty to a large extent. Scotland sees many in this respect, but they also have their own shortcomings. As is often said, "the British tenant, even when he has no right to rent, always like a rent-like", "even in the full British-style tenancy system, there are some traces of sub-farming system." When the market is favorable to the farmer, he pays the full rent and avoids asking to his landlord, and this request may make him think that rent should not be increased. When the land was extremely unfavorable, the landlord, on the one hand, was sympathetic, and on the other, as a duty, temporarily waived rents, and undertook repair costs, which were usually borne by the farmer. It can be seen that there is a lot of mutual accommodation between the landlord and the tenant, although the nominal rent is the same. Habits often guarantee that the British tenant's compensation for his improvement is partially guaranteed. Legislation has recently been with the habit of keeping pace, even more than the habit. Now the tenant is not really threatened by the increase in rent due to the considerable improvement in his production. 

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