Thursday, June 30, 2016

Buy ourselves

The Internet is a good place for growers and manufacturers to promote their goods whether they deal directly with the public or no.
Any type of seller can pipe directly to the consumer or promote a product that their retail customers source from them.


We're all consumers/customers/purchasers even if we don't dabble in trade. There's few truly self-sufficient.
I have always appreciated being able to get my hands on things I want to buy and at a good price.

The science and the political theory, communication studies and so forth are covered in other blogs and disciplines. When I went looking for buyers, as it were, I turned up all sorts, starting with property buyers and homebuyers. Apparently the Brits are the biggest buyers of land in Spain.
Conducting a search for 'biggest buyers' does eventually take you to the sharemarket but that's for next time.


  1. United States of America
  2. China
  3. Japan
  4. Germany 
  5. United Kingdom
  6. France 
  7. Brazil
  8. Italy
  9. India
  10.  Russia
  11. Canada
  12. Mexico
  13. Australia
  14. Spain
  15. South Korea
  16. Turkey
  17. Indonesia
  18. Argentina
  19. Netherlands
  20. Nigeria
[largest consumer markets c. 2013, Brexit and a potential Trump presidency could have seismic effects on consumer confidence and/or have an impact on the availability of consumer items, three years on]


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