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Later in the morning, I had videoconference meetings with customers from germany and Korea to discuss our new line of products.

First, is meetings optional? That is, could I say videoconferences instead?

Second, is new line of products equivalent to new kind of products? Thanks.
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Yes, you could just say videoconferences. In fact, I think that is better, as conference already includes the meaning of meeting here.

No, I wouldn't say that a new line of products is the same as a new kind of products.

Kind is singular yet products is plural. New kinds of products or a new kind of product would be correct grammatically, however, in this context kind may not be appropriate. New line - new to this company. New kind - new altogether.
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Thanks, Nona, for your help.

I'm still not sure of the meaning of a new line of products. Would you shed more light?
New line of products - something the company hasn't sold before. They could be something newly invented/created, or it could just be something very standard that the shop hasn't previously stocked.
Nona The BritNew line of products - something the company hasn't sold before. They could be something newly invented/created, or it could just be something very standard that the shop hasn't previously stocked.
Thanks, Nona, for the further explanation.

Based on your reply, I presume it's synonymous with new type/kind of products. Why did you say in your previous post that it's not new kind of products?
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Hi,
I still don't know what exactly "our new line of products" refer to. Is it the same to just say "our new products?" Thanks.