An acquaintance with a well-run Spanish online sales operation wants to start mailing small orders (say a couple of 2kg cheeses) to British and German clients, but the lowest transport quote he’s got from various Spanish transporters within the 0-8ºC margin is 225€ (!!!) because they won’t work internationally with anything smaller than a palette. Any better ideas, apart from paying Ryanair tickets for unemployed couriers?
(And while you’re at it, what about a scheme for clarifying VAT reverse charging procedures across the EU, particularly for invoices between those jurisdictions where registration is voluntary up to decent single trader earnings and those which haven’t got a similar arrangement and don’t give a Å¿uck about the rest of the zone except when their cucumbers are suspected of having been employed in a Hanseatic sailors’ brothel.)
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Bring out your dirty tickets: But no: Tickets sales, tickets sale, when all I wanted was ticket sales. Well, then, just show me
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“¡Dale al asno!” ruled out in the first round.
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The last time the issue came up, my dad rated Percy Shaw as one of the 20th century’s most under-appreciated inventors,
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It was only after dumping her that he remembered that the tickets for Trent Bridge were on her credit card. (It’s