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Tongkatali.org's Generating income in a Third World country

By Serge Kreutz
Follow Serge on Twitter@serge_kreutz

The most important advice on generating income in a Third World country is on what not to do: don't invest into, or don't run, a local business.

A local business would be one that uses local manpower to provide a service or to sell goods to the local population. For you, a foreigner whose primary purpose it is to be in the country for relationships exploits, running a local business at the same time is a sure recipe for failure.

You can't compete with local sellers, and employing local staff in a Third World country is tough because your workers will generally have a hard time to fulfill their economic needs, including the needs of their families, which makes theft a rational option if the danger of being caught is minimal.

At least you should make sure that your buyers are not locals. This leaves two possibilities. Either you sell to North America or Western Europe, or you sell locally to foreign visitors.

While the opportunities for relationships exploits in Third World countries overall have decreased from the 1970s to now, generating a decent income while living in a Third World country has become easier, thanks largely to the Internet.

The Internet not only makes it easy to market and provide intellectual services to the First World (actually, the proper division is Old World, New World, Third World) while living in a Third World country (for example translations); it also greatly facilitates international trade in goods. A decent option is to start selling local products to the international market via the Internet.

Those who settled in Asia in the 70s and 80s didn’t have it that easy. After a good friend had lost almost all his capital in the early 80s, trying various local businesses in the Philippines, he established a small bookstore in Manila (named "Einstein"), almost exclusively serving a foreign clientele. That worked fine for an economic basis, especially as he was able to add all sorts of services, such as visa extensions, the arranging of residence permits, translations (mostly of marriage certificates), and more of the same.

If there is tourism to a specific Third World country, providing services to tourists is always an option, and many Western foreigners who have settled in a Third World country with Western tourists can edge out a decent living.

Professional chefs, and even good hobby cooks, have a comparatively easy time, especially in countries such as the Philippines or Thailand. There are hundreds of Western-owned and managed restaurants in places like Pattaya and Phuket in Thailand, or Puerto Galera in the Philippines.

The downside of settling at a tourist spot is that the quality of your relationships exploits will not be at its full potential. You will not have access to local women for whom you would be the only Western foreigner they ever talked to.

It is very, very easy to have relationships with local girls in places like Pattaya in Thailand. It's also easy to settle there, and to generate income by providing services to foreigners, or by trading within the foreign community, or selling to foreign tourists.

Pattaya is probably the one city in Asia were it is easiest for foreigners to settle. So many Western foreigners live there permanently that you have origin-specific communities. You have an American community, a Russian community, a (large) German community, a French one, Swedish one, Dutch one, and so on.

It's mostly men who make up these communities, and normally they have Thai girlfriends, Thai wives, or Thai prostitutes, and often enough, all three.

It's no challenge to settle in places like Pattaya. You don't have to learn the local language, and you will soon have a circle of friends from your country, and with a background similar to yours.

It's also easy, and affordable, to find Western-standard accommodation, the food you are used to from home, and to generate income by providing services to, or trading within the foreign community.

Sounds ideal? It is, except for one matter. It's no longer exotic. Not exotic enough for me.

Or, to be more specific, the girls are too used to relationships relationships with Western men. I get a better kick out of a (temporary) marriage with a virgin on a remote island or a jungle village where they have never seen a Western man, than from 100 liaisons with local women as they are available in places like Pattaya.

But I suppose other men have other preferences, and especially for those who have never before sought relationships adventures in Third World countries, and for those who do not have the energy to learn local languages, places like Pattaya are a good solution.

While there are plenty of local prostitutes available, many foreign men enter into steady relationships with local women, both formal and non-formal, and love and jealousy are common emotions.

Pattaya is just one example of such a place. You will encounter a very similar picture anywhere in the Third World where you have foreign beach resort tourists, in Asia, Africa, or Latin America.

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