CHINA: Shoe Auction Stumps Red-Faced Buyer
A bargain-hunting Chinese businessman has been left scratching his head and out of pocket after buying 32,000 pairs of Dunlop shoes at auction he is not allowed to sell. The unnamed Shanghai entrepreneur paid around $100,000 for the shoes but was then told by the footwear firm he cannot re-sell them as he is not an authorised dealer.
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