Designed to provide answers to many of the most common questions about exporting goods and services. Sections include: developing an export strategy; developing a marketing plan; export advice; methods/channels; making contacts; technology licensing/joint ventures; service exports; international legal considerations; shipping your product; pricing, quotations, and terms; methods of payment; financing export transactions; business travel abroad; selling overseas; after-sales service; addresses of U.S. Export Assistance Centers; addresses of U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service International Posts; and export glossary.1 1 . A draft, which accompanies the letter of credit, is paid by the buyera#39;s bank at the time specified or, if a time draft, may be discounted at the exportera#39;s bank at an earlier date. ... Credit. The example of a confirmed irrevocable letter of credit in figure 1 3 illustrates the various ... This step is extremely important, since the terms must be precisely met or the letter of credit may be invalid and the exporter mayanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Basic Guide to Exporting|
|Author||:||William M. Daley, Daniel T. Scott|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2000-07-01|