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Old 09-22-2017, 12:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hello,
First I would like to introduce myself. My name is Trung, I live and work in Vietnam. My desire to join this forum is to find partners. Currently, I own a banana farm in the south of Vietnam, which is a tropical zone suitable for banana growing. My farm area is about 120 hectares. In the coming time, my bananas to harvest I want to find partners interested in bananas for us to export cooperation.
Here are some pictures of the farm and banana quality on my farm.

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Thank you for taking the time to review this article and ignore grammar errors because my english is limited.

If interested please contact me by email: trunght@outlook.com

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Either you have not done your homework or you are looking for a fool. The shipping, import, and food inspection costs for banana fruit from Vietnam into the U.S. are costly. There is already a plentiful supply from Central America, portions of the Caribbean, and northern countries of South America with whom we do regular trade. If you really do have a crop it would be more profitable to sell to Korea. Further, if you really have a farm in Vietnam it would be more profitable to grow sweet potato.
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I am looking for new opportunities for export. Actually, I have a market in India and Dubai.
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I am looking for new opportunities for export. Actually, I have a market in India and Dubai.
That's laughable. India has a surplus of bananas and Dubai can get theirs inexpensively from Africa.
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Further, if you really have a farm in Vietnam it would be more profitable to grow sweet potato.
and maracuya, guanabana, and other highly prized fruits. Grow a food forest and sell to nearest markets & restaurants. Be local. Anything else (exporting) just supports the disastrous trade models we've operated with for too long.

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I don't think he's growing anything. He's not the first or last person coming here pitching a phony investment scheme. The photos he posted are not original.
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Ah! Thanks, that makes sense. Well, he sure didn't do a quality job of thinking up his pitch!
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If you want to grow something in Vietnam that nobody else seems to be growing get some dark star dragonfruit. Everyone grows the boring white ones for some reason. Dark star tastes a lot like eating a bowl of blackberries... Wonderul...
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This guy is pitching his story again or someone came on with an identical one. This has scam all over it.
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Thank you all for your comments. I came here to find a partner for my business and I have no reason to cheat anyone with fake images. Pictures recorded by my phone and I have to transfer to the computer to upload. Except for the publicists, in my opinion people are all business people. I do not think people are easily fooled like that unless it's in your mind.
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If you are serious about legally importing fruit to the U.S. from Vietnam then the partner you need is an import broker for the Port Of Los Angeles.

You can locate them through the port directory.

If instead you are looking for someone here to fund your adventure then again I will state: you are looking for a fool.
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