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Being Dutch, I have never heard of such law. I also doubt there is a law that would cover this, I would take it as a try to intimidate you. But also as a 'please really, really do not do this.' If caught out after you made the picture and before you had seen the sign, I would let them try to sue you. But if seeing the sign before you take the picture, do ...


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You can get these razor at almost any HARDWARE shop in China ( yes you read correctly ) - at least in the southern part which I know better. It will be very challenging for you to ask for it , but It is enough if you will show them an example . They are called 双面刀片 or just 刀片 ( dāopiàn ) . The only problem is that some hardware shops will have different ...


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According to this forum post this is indeed very challenging but at least in Hong Kong Fanda pharmacy in Central (G/F Worldwide House - Central MTR) seems to sell them. Checking other similar forums it seems your best bet is online.


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Closing time of Phoenix Market City in Mumbai is 00:00 not 11:30. Yes you will find plenty of shops open at 22:30. There are movie shows that end after midnight and some shops stay open for that leaving crowd too. There are a few bars that stay open well after midnight. I was at the Irish bar until 00:30 with no signs of closing down and they were taking new ...


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The airport webpage on shopping lists all the shops ordered by terminal. If you select Terminal 2 International and click on each one of the shops listed, you'll see that a few of them are found before security. These are: Jaya He Museum Store Jaya He Museum Store offers exquisite art, craft and design based collectibles made by renowned and ...


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Unlikely At least in the UK the retail export scheme only applies to people who either aren't resident in the EU or in some cases is ending temporary residence AND who buy the goods in person (not mail order). It also only works if the retailer is part of the scheme. I'm not sure what the situation is in ireland, I couldnt find any explicit prohibition on ...


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The rules for selling online in the UK can be found on the UK Government website here; https://www.gov.uk/online-and-distance-selling-for-businesses/selling-overseas You must charge VAT to EU customers if you’d do the same for customers in the UK. If you’re selling goods to consumers and the value of the goods you sell in any EU country is above the ...


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No, it is not. See, you have to pay your VAT. The only refund is possible if you are NOT european, not living in europe. Then you can ask for a refund when you take the goods OUT OF EUROPE. The refund has to be processed at the customs (to make sure that yes, you do export the goods). Amazon NEVER gets involved. You will have to reclaim the VAT either ...


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According to Amazon's web site, As a purely internet-based mail-order company, Amazon.co.uk is legally ineligible to participate in the VAT Retail Export Scheme, which reimburses VAT to customers when they purchase goods for personal export outside of the EU. See the sidebar on the same page for more information about Amazon.co.uk and various ...



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