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    Can you say: I am now sourcing from/in China.

    Can you say:

    I am now sourcing from/in China.

    Are both okay?

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    Re: Can you say: I am now sourcing from/in China.

    "Source" works as a transitive verb, and it is usually followed by "from."

    I am now sourcing spare parts from China.

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