Notes on transport and tariff wars

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PayPal will not process international orders, stating "This merchant does not ship internationally" which isn't true, but I cannot seem to change PayPals mind.

 Cards work.

It would appear that only EMS [Express] shipping is working with any degree of speed and reliability.

Some people in Canada are reporting that First Class International is now functional. [Land transport to Canada is possible whereas airplane flights are still rare]

I am willing to test the theory if you are.

 EMS boards any available airplane first and 'availability' is a real concern these days.

It is somewhat likely that the Priority package can wind up going by sailing ship taking 6 to 10 weeks

To order by 1st Class mail internationally: [the slowest/cheapest way ] Use the Priority Mail selection and note in "Order Comments" that you want it to go 1st Class.

The actual charges will be calculated and the difference refunded.

 

Priority Mail Express InternationalPadded Flat Rate Envelope to Canada  $45.95

Priority Mail International® Padded Flat Rate Envelope to Canada $26.90

 

Priority Mail Express International™ Padded Flat Rate Envelope  to everywhere else  $69.35  

Priority Mail International® Padded Flat Rate Envelope  to everywhere else  $38.60

 

It would appear that most countries are in dire financial straits these days and are desperate enough for funds to pick regular peoples pockets in the market square while calling it VAT or tariff  "protect the local producers against competition" with zero understanding that, If it isn't made locally, you cannot buy it locally.... at any price.

Before ordering, it's best to find out if your country has suddenly started extorting cash out of you and didn't bother telling anyone that there will be a ransom to pay on your end.

[ It CAN add 15% to 100% to your total. ]