Lead1Auction platforms ready for access and registration

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Be informed that the f i r s t g l o b a l dedicated WEB Auctions and Store
Platforms for Electronics, Semiconductor and PCB products are ready for
access and product upload from now on. We invite you to participate on these
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on and check on the structure
of these platforms. As well you can initiate auctions, placing products and
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