The Documents of Exporting, Importing, Shipping and Banking
International Trade Documentation describes the documentation requirements and procedures for exporting, importing, shipping, and banking. It also includes a glossary, sample documents, document checklists and an index of document requirements for the 50 trading nations of the world.
INTERNATIONAL TRADE DOCUMENTATION: BACK COVER
A Short Course in International Trade Documentation
Documents, like payments, are at the very heart of all international transactions. This book describes the documentation requirements and procedures for exporting, importing, shipping, and banking. It also includes a glossary, sample documents, document chekclists and an index of document requirements for the top 50 trading nations of the world.
INTERNATIONAL TRADE DOCUMENTATION: TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: Introduction to Trade Documentation
Chapter 2: Issues in International Trade Documentation
Chapter 3: Introducing the Parties to International Transactions
Chapter 4: Transaction Documents
Chapter 5: Transport Documents
Chapter 6: Export Documents
Chapter 7: Import Documents
Chapter 8: Banking Documents
Chapter 9: Special Documents
Chapter 10: Electronic Documents
Chapter 11: 50 Country Document Requirements
Chapter 12: Checklists for Key Documents
Chapter 13: Glossary
Chapter 14: Resources
INTERNATIONAL TRADE DOCUMENTATION: AUTHORS/CONTRIBUTORS
Edward G. Hinkelman is an international economist with more than 20 years’ experience as an importer and exporter. He has bought, sold and traded commodities, components and finished goods in over 50 countries. Mr. Hinkelman is the author of or contributor to more than 12 reference books on international trade, including the Dictionary of International Trade, Importers Manual USA, and The Country Business Guide series.