http://m.imgur.com/i7FcLqc This is from the top of a container my friend found at work. I was wondering if someone could do a quick, easy translation. I tried to draw it in Google translate, but it didn't make any sense.
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一本萬利 in Traditional characters (as in your image) or 一本万利 in Simplified Chinese, the writing goes from top right to bottom left.
The expression means "small capital, huge gain/profit".
Yeah, gf agrees 一本万利
一 = 1 本=本钱=starting money 万= a lot 利 = gain
If you believe that, you will believe anything! Money for nothing!