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Discussion in 'International Business' started by Powerdat, Oct 3, 2020.
I dont even get an add blue delivery less than 100 ltrs
A little tip for you.
When somebody offers a contact, accept the contact gracefully; don't try to get them to do your negotiating for you.
Why not contact the French company Carrefour who have multiple supermarkets in Africa where you can discuss buying it locally from them
Alternatively Uganda is the largest producer in Africa and plenty of other African countries see https://en.actualitix.com/doc/maps/afri/africa-map-sunflower-oil-production.jpg
Thank you sir
Good Evening Sir,
I will really appreciate if you are in the position to help me talk to Mr Clinton for him to introduce me to his contact.
I will appreciate if you are
@Clinton has gone my friend. He’s probably bathing in his favourite oil as we speak...
He's more of an Argan oil kinda guy.
He's a slippery customer, our Clinton!
Here is a clue it appears that sunflower oil is priced in US dollar based on buying a metric ton see
I think Clinton is Out as you asked a silly thing looking at a 5 litre bottle when a little research tels you its sold buy the ton 1087 litres
I hate it when they fry my chips in adblue, though.
Cleans up your emissions a treat though.
This thread is hilarious, not just because of @Clinton's replies, but (Wait for it! Stand still at the back and no silly giggling!) -
Tesco gets its sunflower oil from a Spanish wholesaler. And they get most of their food-oils from -
Yes, you've guessed it!