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#ActualHodgman

Posted 14 February 2013 - 07:05 AM

ooh how mach  freedom smile.png

This is almost entirely because of your nation's international arms policies and your nation's policies regarding international terrorism groups.

Don't bring politics into it guys. It doesn't matter why the blockade exists (or what reasons are given by the people carrying out the blockade); the question is what Arvant can do about it.

If you can't do business with US companies directly, you would have to license the right of distribution to another company elsewhere in the world, and have them then do business with the US. Pick a country not on the sanctions list, or one where games/software isn't restricted -- e.g. the Australian sanctions apply to weapons, currency, precious stones, oil/gas/etc, but not entertainment -- and then have a friend there open a business for you, or find an existing business that is willing to be your middleman.

#1Hodgman

Posted 14 February 2013 - 07:03 AM

ooh how mach  freedom smile.png

This is almost entirely because of your nation's international arms policies and your nation's policies regarding international terrorism groups.

Don't bring politics into it guys. It doesn't matter why the blockade exists; the question is what Arvant can do about it.

If you can't do business with US companies directly, you would have to license the right of distribution to another company elsewhere in the world, and have them then do business with the US. Pick a country not on the sanctions list, or one where games/software isn't restricted -- e.g. the Australian sanctions apply to weapons, currency, precious stones, oil/gas/etc -- and then have a friend there open a business for you, or find a business that is willing to be your middleman.

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