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International Trade Policy

International Trade Policy (commercial policy) is a set of rules and regulations that are intended to change international trade flows, particularly to restrict imports ...

Ways of Exporting

Exporting is a way to increase sales and grow a company's business. To do it successfully, every business owner has to know trade standards, export requirements, rules of selling and ...

Types of Import

Direct importing saves lots of money. There are some things to regard when you are going to buy and import goods from abroad ...

Cost, Insurance and Freight (CIF)

Cost, Insurance and Freight, or CIF, is a term used in trade referring to the fact that the seller have to arrange the carriage of goods by sea to a port of destination, and ...

Free Trade

Free trade is a policy accepted by some international markets. It represents the following process: the governments of the countries do not restrict imports from, or exports to, other countries ...

Rules of Origin

Rules of origin is a term used in the field of the international trade, which helps to determine from where a product comes. Rules of origin are needed to detect the national source of the ...

E-commerce

E-commerce implies trade in goods or services using computer networks, namely the Internet. The electronic commerce exploits such technologies as mobile commerce, Internet marketing and ...

Pre-shipment Inspection

Pre-shipment inspections (PSI) are required by several countries in order to ensure that the imported goods are in conformity with the standards and impede the inadequate products ...

Customs Broking

Customs brokers are people performing "clearing" of goods through customs barriers for importers, exporters, and business companies. This involves the preparation of documents ...

Trade Barriers

Trade barriers are measures taken by governments or public authorities to make imported goods or services less competitive than locally produced goods and services ...

Export Oriented Industrialization

Export Oriented Industrialization is a trade and economic policy.

Terms of Payment

There are four methods of payment to assure an export procedure and consider any international transaction completed.

Tariffs and Regulations

Tariffs represent a customs duty which is the indirect tax levied on the import or export of goods in international trade. This is, also, a kind of consumption tax.

Incoterms

The main purpose of the Incoterms is to make international trade easier and help exporters/importers from different countries to understand one another.

Trade Remedies

In order to protect the economic integrity and not to lose individuality, every Government elaborates a number of strategies and techniques.

Counterfeit Seizures

Counterfeit consumer goods are goods, often of a very bad quality, produced and sold under the famous brand name without the brand owner’s authorization.

Economic Integration

Economic integration refers to an agreement between countries from the same geographic area, established in order to reduce, and with time remove, tariff and non tariff barriers.

Import Licensing

In order to import something in a definite country, it is not sufficient to know the international standards. You have to prove the quality of the products by the help of the special permit.

The Harmonized System

The Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (known as "Harmonized System") represents an internationally standardized tariff nomenclature used to classify imported and exported products.

Trade Sanctions

Trade and economic sanctions are commercial and financial penalties applied by one or more countries against a targeted country, group, or individual.

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