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In the link you gave, 4 of the 5 stores are in NA.
Still not sure what you mean. There are three US sellers selling new copies of the set (unless two just appeared) on BL. As its a 'new' in production set, quite frankly Im surprised that LEGO (now owners of Bricklink) even allow new sets to be sold via the site from those that are clearly not buying their product from LEGO as a certified LEGO seller.
If the set you want is a current production product why wouldn't you just buy it from Lego or Amazon or Target or something? You get free shipping, better customer service. Bricklink shines brightest for sets no longer in production (or parts and figures)
In case of this train, several EU countries had great promotions on this set at the end of last year. Even though I don't collect trains, I did buy the set as a parts pack myself: it was basically the price of the motors + free parts.