Discussion in 'Dropshipping & Wholesale Hookups' started by globaltradeexpert, Nov 7, 2014.
Is that cop on the take?
Guys this thread is toxic and let me tell you why...Even if the OP is legit you can get
into a load of trouble selling DPRK goods within the UK, USA, and other countries
who have sanctions on them.
I am not a lawyer, but just don't mess around with it....
I smell legal problems. Run away
Only certain goods that are listed on a prohibited list would be covered by sanctions. Without doing some research you should be able to get clarification on what is allowed, what licenses are required and whats the maximum amount you can import per license.
In saying that I can buy cigarettes and beer in Lidl. What unique products are available in North Korea and what sort of prices are we looking at ?
What is the potential market for that? Do you have customers who want to buy North Korean beer? Do you expect it to be seeked like Cuban cigars? I'm just asking for you to rethink those questions, not personally interested in selling NK goods.
Hope he doesnt end up sending missiles LOL
Fuck no. I'm not going anywhere near the DPRK. However, I'm interested in North Korea, so I totally think that photo is cool. Got any from the DMZ?
Why has somebody enlarged your head?
Do you know Dennis Rodman OP?
I do not know, however that is rather hilarious.
I am nearing the ripe end of a quatre of a century, twenty five years of age. I may look young, but it does not mean that I have not been productive after education.
Whilst I have not met Dennis himself, the last time I travelled to the DPRK back in April, I did spend many a night drinking with Dennis Rodmann's personal interpretor. Mr Sim is a rather humouous man who spent his youth actually living in Egypt whilst his father worked at the DPRK Embassy. He told me that he found Dennis' appearance rather... peculiar in the choice of clothing/jewellery. He even humourously reinacted the "Happy Birthday song" whilst drunk in "Dennis' strange deep vocal tone."
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