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Belize Customs, Trade Regulations and Procedures Handbook (World Strategic and Business Information Library), Ibp Usa
Usually required to qualify for reduced tariffs or duties, specified in the terms of a trade agreement, such as the north american free trade agreement (nafta). The bank will insist upon exact compliance with the terms of the sale, and will not pay if there are any discrepancies. Such restraints may be intended to protect domestic producers and consumers from temporary shortages of certain materials or as a means to moderate world prices of specified commodities.
Apec goals in addition to trade liberalization include human resource development, growth of small and medium-sized businesses and infrastructure development. A standard numerical code system developed by the united nations and used in international trade to classify commodities, primarily designed for statistical and economic purposes. More information can be found at established to foster economic and social development of the independent african nations and to promote their mutual economic cooperation.
A document often required in connection with shipments of perishable goods, in which certification is made as to the good condition of their merchandise immediately prior to shipment. This document advises consignees (named in the bill of lading) that cargoes have arrived, the condition of the cargo if other than expected, and any charges due. This container allows bulk commodities to be grasped by roll loading hatches and has a front wall discharge hatch. The bank charges a fee to collect payment, but is not liable should the importer refuse to release the funds.
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A letter of credit issued to cover a particular contingency, such as foreign investors guaranteed payment for commercial paper (see letter of credit). At his or her own risk and expense, the seller must deliver the to the buyer at the specified time and the specified frontier. Usually prepared by the shipper on forms issued by the carrier, it serves as a document of title, a contract of carriage and a receipt for goods.
A letter of credit which obligates the issuing bank to pay the exporter provided all the terms and conditions of the letter of credit have been met. None of the terms and conditions may be changed without the consent of all parties to the letter of credit (see letter of credit). A cargo consolidator of small shipments in ocean trade, generally soliciting business and arranging for or performing containerization functions at the port.
An arrangement whereby one companysometimes a smaller oneuses the already established distribution channels of another company, which is effective when the two companies wish to sell complementary products. The shipping and other papers customarily attached to foreign drafts, consisting of ocean bills of lading marine insurance certificates, and commercial invoices. Term to provide the exporter with prompt payment by the overseas importer, who borrows the necessary funds from the bank. The world bank assists the development of member nations by making loans when private capital is not available at reasonable terms to finance productive investments.Acronyms & Terminology - Centers for International Trade ...
... the Dictionary of International Trade, 10th Edition - Handbook of the Global Trade Community by Edward G. Hinkelman and published by World Trade Press.