K： We can't sign any commitment for ten years． But if your production quality is good after the first year， we could extend the contract and increase our yearly purchase．
R： That sounds reasonable． But could you shed some light on（透露）the size of your orders?
K： If we are happy with your quality， we might increase our purchase to 100，000 a year， for a two－year period．
R： Excuse me， Mr． Hughes， but it seems to me we're giving up too much in this case． We'd be giving up the five－year guarantee for increased yearly sales．
K： Mr． Liu， you've got to give up something to get something．
R： If you're asking us to take such a large gamble（冒险）for just two year's sales， I'm sorry， but you're not in our ballpark（接受的范围）．
K： What would it take to keep Pacer interested?
R： A three－year guarantee， not two． And a qualilty inspection（质量检查）tour after one year is fine， but we'd like some of our personnel on the team．
K： Acceptable． Anything else?
R： We'd be making huge capital outlay（资本支出）for the production process， so we'd like to set up a technology transfer agreement， to help us get off the ground（取得初步进步）．