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Ashraf Electronics Trading Deira Dubai Sabkha Souk

Ashraf Electronics Trading L.L.C - Dubai

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上传: 06/12/2010
更新: 02/07/2014


Tags: elecronics; lcd tv; notebook; white goods; showroom; wholesale; shop; retail; 360emirates; deira; deiramarket; ashraf electronics; dubai
  • khaled 30 days ago
    Salam , I have all models and sizes for LG LED and Plasma TV's brand new for sale.. to get in touch please email me : kalmcinness@gmail.com Prices are very good inshaALLAH.
  • arjun about 1 year ago
    do you have car cooler
  • jumel binondo over 1 year ago
    can you send me your brochure pls....
  • jumel binondo over 1 year ago
    may i know if you have CDJ 350 & DJM 350 set type pioneer for DJ's???If there is available...please text me the price & address of your shop....then color I'd like to buy is white if possible...this is my CP# 0561557178...my name is Jumel & working at Drydocks world - Dubai
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