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Business on unnecessary - pine ovum.

To see a declaration of the type of scrap metal or scrap paper reception is no longer a wonder. Gone are the days of Soviet regiments and recyclables. They did not need the country, like much else. Just in case the state imposed this activity on licenses and forgot.

Private business is not slumbering and is looking for different promising ways of development. So with secondary resources, that for some rubbish, for others gold or even better say what the state does not care for a private trader can be very useful.

And with the collection of secondary resources, and with the processing of landfills, and bioenergy. The state simply refused this, and private traders buy licenses, feed both the state and officials, install equipment, pay taxes and earn constant income from everyone who has the slightest relation to power, from firefighters and sanitaries to taxation and uboses of various. So in general, it should be so they are in these positions and sit to feed from them, not about them now conversation.

As already mentioned, from which the state refuses, it is very advantageous for the private entrepreneur. Recently I came across another confirmation of this rule. Being in one Ukrainian village, visiting, I learned about the local businessman who accepts, what would you think? Spruce pine (resin). He pays for hryvnia per kilogram to everyone who brings him more than ten kilograms.

pine oleander

When he started this business, they laughed a little from him, who would collect the tar from the trees and drag him, and why did she need him? As it sometimes happens, the first customers were local alcoholics, who collected a buckwheat earned a bottle. Then they began to make cuts and put watering cans, which greatly simplified their work and increased earnings. And when one avid alcoholic built a new barn, many villagers of worthy behavior drew attention to this matter.

Now in the village, many people are collecting gum, the adjacent forest is almost divided between the yards, like vegetable gardens. The forester gets his small bribe, but the majority of the receiver earns it.

He sells zhivitsu resellers, who once a year or two came, and now once a month and take away $ 500 per ton. The villagers say that he cheats on weight and pays little, I would like more to give, but for some reason if someone else tried to get on these dealers straight, then after talking with the local sheriff (divisional), and to some dull and other guests looked in, stopped this business.

So it turns out, the state a few years ago refused to harvest pine bushes as a non-prospective and non-profitable type of fishery, and private traders built a whole criminal structure on this business. That's the field of activity for small businesses in the villages of forest regions, without any licenses and permits to buy in people gum, and they let themselves decide how to get it.

The profitability of 400% is quite interesting to think about it. And resellers can be found on the Internet, not the stone age after all, there are ads, forums, ask around, maybe someone heard, if there are buyers, then they will be found.