Of International Studies

International Trade financing Methods

Daniele Giovannucci

Committee on Sustainability Assessment (COSA)

A GUIDE TO DEVELOPING AGRICULTURAL MARKETS AND AGRO-ENTERPRISES, Daniele Giovannucci, ed., World Bank, 2002


Abstract:

The increasing participation of relatively inexperienced enterprises in international trade calls for a concise and jargon-free, general reference to the many ways by which traders can arrange for payments to be made and the relative merits, of each from a risk standpoint. The most common methods i.e. letters of credit, are covered in some detail including examples.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 14

Keywords: Trade, finance, credit, export, payment, letters of credit

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