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Oopss.. boycotting

We have taken 40 years to build up a very big business in the Middle East, and we've seen it come to a complete stop in five days.


We have found ourselves in the middle of a game that we have no part in.



The remaining question, if we are going to boycott American, danish and maybe later EU* products , what the hell are we going to eat?

The thing now is American are calm about the boycotting because they will have room for their products, American cars will be soon the cheapest car Jordanian ever can buy as taxes and customs will go down to 0% and this applies only on American cars not EU's, I'm hunrgy and confused so better to go have dinner.



* For reason or another

[tags] boycott, danish, products, denmark, Nordic, firm[/tags]

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