A step by step guide for the letter of credit

Letter of Credit refers to any document which can make a confirmation of payment from the buyer to the seller. It is also known by different names such as documentary credit or banker's Commercial Credit of Letter of the undertaking.

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Custom Duty

customs duty is an indirect tax that is imposed on imports and exports of goods overseas. The price of custom duty is either specified or is made by looking at the value of goods.

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Export Pricing and Costing

Export pricing is defined as the fixed price of products and services to be sold in overseas markets. Whereas costing is what the exporter pays for the production/manufacturing of the same product and services.

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Export Risk Management

Doing international business brings new risks along with great opportunities. As an exporter, it is important for you to know the risks that may involve, so that you can identify and manage them.

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Custom Clearance

It is a documented permission by national customs authority so that the imported goods can enter within the nation and the exported goods can leave the nation.

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Basic planning for starting export business

Before starting a business one must evaluate the company’s “export readiness”. Only after evaluating export readiness, export planning should be done.

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Setting up Business in India

Everyone is familiar with the fact that in recent years India has rapidly emerged as a global power becoming main reason of starting a business in India for foreigners.

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Guide to start an import export Agricultural Business

How to start as an import export agricultural business provides help help or people who are just starting their own export-import business on the first time, for them, starting as an agro product exporter would be a great start point.

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