Andre Ricardo Pereira Mattos (email@example.com)
Fri, 23 Jul 1999 13:54:30 -0300
I propose that this issue be dealt with seriously: If Bandai threatens R10 and/or
HLJ, or any other store in the world, we should ALL stop buying any and all
"official" Bandai products. We should get our kits and other Bandai products from
whatever countries and shops we can, but NEVER from those who sell at abusive prices
or those who are bound to one-sided restrictions or contracts with Bandai America,
Bandai Japan, or any other Bandai representative. They want to fight ? Let's show
them how to fight ! Let's have Gundam give us the courage !
Chien Ting Chin wrote:
> > Anyway, even if Gundam kits were distributed in the USA with english
> > istructions, why should Bandai stop HLJ or R10? I think that the percentage of
> > people buying them direcly in Japan through e-commerce would be very small
> > compared to the rest and probably not worth a legal action against HLJ or
> > R10.
> Well there's no legal basis to go after HLJ and R10, the contract is
> between Bandai Japan, Bandai USA and the US distributors. But there's
> a non-legal way to go after HLJ and R10, stop selling kits to HLJ and R10
> until they stop e-export. Unless HLJ and R10 are giants in the domestic
> retail business, Bandai will win hands down. These kind of tricks have
> been in practice for hundreds if not a thousand years, but I think Coca
> Cola perfected it.
> Unfortunately the 90s' model of success is to go after the little guys.
> CHIN, Chien Ting
> Dept of Medical Biophysics, Sunnybrook Health Science Centre
> ... o O *
> Man is a bubble
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