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    Re: exporting goods from Thailand

    I tried to sell some awful wooden ducks from Chaing Mai once. Left them in somebody elses house in the end.

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    Re: exporting goods from Thailand

    ^ You're forgiven.

    At least it wasn't those pathetically twee obese chinese thai kids.

    Or those things you put on the wall, one of a man and one of a woman 'waiing' to show you where you should take a piss.

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    Obviously a lot of savvy business minded teachers here in Thailand,

    Mind you I guess if they were business minded they wouldnt be teaching at Thai pay rates

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    lol, the guy didn't say he wanted to export fake bags lol...

    Yes dude, many people make very good money exporting from Asia to the west. Thing of almost anything you can buy in the US.. lol..

    So I think you can get a certain visa and as long as you aren't changing the products or shipping them one by one, its all good. If you are you need a new visa.

    Its good to focus on one product. A good friend of mine got into LED lights in China and does very well. I am into sporting goods.

    There is money to be made, some people take pictures of the thing and stick it up on ebay and don't even go buy the thing unless it sells.

    There are thousands of westerners that make good money doing this but you need a focus. Auto Parts, Food, Clothes, and handmade goods are some of the top sellers from Thailand.

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    I think this is as good a time as any to close this 4+ year old thread.

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