The International Trade Manual is the definitive book about export, import and freightforwarding for business people and students of further and higher education. It is vital reading for anyone involved in international commerce and is the leading textbook for students taking International Trade and Services (ITAS) S/NVQ Levels 3 (supervisors) and 4 (managers) in international trade. This comprehensive guide details exactly what you need to know if you want your business to profit from foreign trade. Endorsed by the British Chambers of Commerce and The Institute of Export, its contents include everything from customs documentation to credit risk. Professionals working in international commerce will also find the reference sections invaluable. These contain checklists, forms, relevant legislation, regulations and a directory of further information sources. Trainers, lecturers, students, managers and supervisors will all benefit from using this highly effective training resource.... with the importer and the terms of the letter of credit. o The importer asks the issuing bank to open a letter of credit in favour ... The issuing bank is paid by the importer and releases the documents to him. o The importer uses the documents toanbsp;...
|Title||:||International Trade Manual|
|Author||:||British Chambers of Commerce|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-09-10|