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    About Legalization Export-import In Benin, West Africa? Iwant to ask you all, we are exporeters from Indonesia, is true in Benin , West Africa , If we want to export we have to pay a fee for legalization ? because many scams in west Africa , and is it true ?

    Ste Unicom Sarl
    c/485 Missebo , Cotonou
    Benin republic – West Africa

    Because the company does not have a website .
    Is this really a company that can be believed and this is true whether legalization agency ?

    Federal Justice & Law Chamber
    Advocate and Public Notry
    Office located at Lot : 412 , Kokotomy , Cotonou .
    Republique Benin , West Africa

    Bagini requirements for legalization in west africa , is it true ? to whom I should ask this truth ?

    REQUIREMENTS FOR Legalization : –
    1 . Copy Of ​​Certificate For Quality Product1 –
    2 . Copy of Certificate of Origin Products
    3 . Copy Of ​​Products Analysis ( if any )
    4 . Copy of Proforma Invoice
    5 . Supplier of personal international passport or ID card
    6 . Copy of power of attorney
    7 . Benin High Court Legalization Processing Fees / Legalization Fees
    8 . service fees
    Note : the legalized document fees of those in High Court Of Justice Benin is U.S. $ 985.00 and our consultation and service charges , U.S. $ 450.00

    Thank you for your help and answers .

    best regards

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      Those are all fake
      To begin with, there is NO such law firm in Benin as Alfa Chambers — the term Chambers is NEVER used in French speaking countries like Benin
      Benin also has NO Federal court or High Court of Justice, nor do they use US$s in Benin. The High Court in Benin is called the Haut Conseil de la Magistrature

      You NEVER enter into any sort of international agreements without getting your Embassy involved, Before you agree to any transactions, you call your Embassy in Benin (or in the country that oversees Benin) and speak to their Commercial section. Their job is to promote business between Indonesia and Benin. They have a team on the ground who willl not only investigate companies for you, but will also assist you with all export documents, procedures, registration, etc, etc.

      The Indonesian Embassy in Nigeria oversees affairs in Benin http://www.indo.com/tplan/indonesian-embassies-p1.html
      so call them before you do any sort of business in Africa. Have them verify the legitimacy of any company before you enter into any sort of negotiations

      And go back to the company in Benin saying that the Commercial Attache at the Indonesian Embassy in Nigeria will be coming to Benin next week to meet with them and review all of the paperwork. Say that the Embassy will be filling out all documentation on your behalf. Say that they should be expecting a call from the Embassy this week to arrange a meeting next week at their offices. Then wait for the excuses – if you ever hear from them again

      Read this http://www.fraudwatchers.org/forums/view.php?pg=fw_benin_import

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    Ethics Question Please? Pegasus International Inc. is a leading manufacturer of integrated circuits (chips) and related software for such specialty markets as communications and mass storage, as well as PC-based audio, video, and multimedia. With a focus on innovation, Pegasus is committed to “technology leadership in the new millennium.” Its long-standing strategy has been to anticipate changes in existing and emerging growth markets and to have hardware and software solutions ready before the market needs them. The company has also made significant strides in wireless communications.
    The systems and products of Pegasus’ wireless business have been selling well in its already existing markets in the United States, Japan, and Europe. But, like any company, Pegasus is eager to grow the business. At a strategy session with the Wireless Division, Pegasus CEO Tom Oswald and division managers decide to explore the potential of expanding their business to China.

    Initial research indicates that China is likely to develop into a huge market for wireless because its people do not currently have this capability and the government has made spending on wireless a priority. Wireless is really the only choice for China because of the high cost of burying the communications cables necessary in wired systems; further, in underdeveloped countries; copper wires are often stolen and sold on the black market.

    Subsequent research does raise one concern for Pegasus wireless managers. They tell Oswald, “We have this problem. China allocates frequencies and makes franchise decisions city-by-city, district by district. A ‘payoff’ is usually required to get licenses.” The CEO says, “A lot of companies are doing business with China right now. How do they get around the problem?”

    His managers have done their homework: “We believe most other companies contract with agents to represent them in the country and to get the licenses. What these contractors do is their own business, but apparently it works pretty well because the CEOs of all those companies are able to sign the disclosure statement required by law saying that they know of no instance where they bribed for their business.”

    “I wonder if paying someone else to do the crime is the same as our doing the crime,” Oswald says. “I’m just not very comfortable with the whole question of payoffs. So, let me ask you, if we don’t expand into China, how much business will we lose, potentially?”
    His Wireless Division manager responds, “It will be huge not to do business in all the countries expecting payoffs. China alone represents easily $100 million of business per year. It’s not life and death, but it is a sizable incremental opportunity for us, not to mention potential Japanese partners who will make significant capital investments. All we have to do is add our already-existing technology. When you consider all that, we have a lot to gain. What will we really lose if our local contractors are forced to make payoffs every now and then?”

    Oswald wants his company to succeed, he wants to maximize shareholder value, he wants to keep his job, and he wants to model ethical leadership. He has made an effort to build a corporate culture characterized not only by aggressive R&D and growth but also by integrity, honesty, teamwork, and respect for the individual. As a result, the company enjoys an excellent reputation among its customers and suppliers, employee morale is high, and ethics is a priority at the company.

    What should he decide in this case?

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      This is splitting hairs. Oswald is providing something of value. He is enabling crooks? Gimme a break. This isn’t like selling rat poison to gold diggers. Is he demanding a kickback for discounts? Is he having his palm greased to keep quiet? Is he misrepresenting the product or service? No. If you demand this level of righteousness, you may as well forget selling anything to anyone.

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