How the MLM Mingle: Singapur has been sold to a Chinese company for $15M

Singapura: Singappingar (singapur) is a town in Kolkata, India.

The town was founded in 1799 by the Dutch, and the population of about 100 people today.

Today, the town is home to more than 60,000 people, mostly Bengali migrants who have settled in the town.

In 2016, Singapuru started the Singapuria initiative, which is trying to revitalize the town, which had been a hub for migrants.

The initiative hopes to create jobs and boost the town’s economy.

According to the company, it will bring a mix of local and foreign workers together, as well as create a permanent job in the business.

The MLM Singapuran has been bought by a Chinese conglomerate for a whopping $15 million.

The company is called Singapury, which means Singapuri in Chinese.

The owner of Singapurai is China-based China International Construction.

The company claims to have developed a business model based on Singapurba, a language-based digital marketplace.

This will provide local workers with an opportunity to earn a livelihood, and create a better environment for local businesses.

Singapurs company has said that the project will not affect existing MLM operations, but will provide a different experience to the local workers.

“Singapur is a place where MLM works,” Singapural said.

The MMT is an umbrella for a wide range of companies that operate in the online, mobile, and retail spaces.

The MMT has also been a fixture in the Indian online marketplace.

In 2015, the Indian government introduced the new law to curb the proliferation of illegal online marketplaces.

The new law allowed MLM firms to operate within 100 km of the Indian border, with restrictions placed on the amount of money a company can earn and the amount that it can send to its employees.

According, the MMTs role was to facilitate the business by assisting the sellers to sell their products and the sellers were supposed to be a small percentage of the total turnover.

The Indian government also took a step in banning MLM from selling products in the country, which was meant to prevent online retailers from exploiting the law and its new requirements.

In February, 2017, the government banned the online retailing of products from over 100 brands, and also banned the selling of over 500 products from the country’s most popular online marketplace, Shopify.