Managing Exports: Navigating the Complex Rules, Controls, Barriers, and Laws / Edition 1

Managing Exports: Navigating the Complex Rules, Controls, Barriers, and Laws / Edition 1

by Frank Reynolds
     
 

ISBN-10: 0471221732

ISBN-13: 9780471221739

Pub. Date: 02/12/2003

Publisher: Wiley

It goes without saying that the defining feature of any international transaction is that the buyer and seller are located in different countries. And yet it is precisely this phenomenon that exporters fail to fully appreciate, thereby needlessly hampering and complicating their business. Managing Exports: Navigating the Complex Rules, Controls, Barriers, and

Overview

It goes without saying that the defining feature of any international transaction is that the buyer and seller are located in different countries. And yet it is precisely this phenomenon that exporters fail to fully appreciate, thereby needlessly hampering and complicating their business. Managing Exports: Navigating the Complex Rules, Controls, Barriers, and Laws meticulously examines every dimension of international trade, delivering a reader-friendly, comprehensive survey of the global regulations and entities that drive the international marketplace.

Exporters confront a myriad of procedural complications. Even neighboring trading partners with similar cultures, such as the United States and Canada, have different regulations, authorities, national holidays, and procedures for settling disputes. More often trading partners must negotiate different languages, longer transportation to accommodate greater distances, different electric power formats, exclusive use of metrics, significant differences in times and seasons, and entirely different social and economic cultures. These contrasts, however, need not render international trade unprofitable. Managing Exports analyzes all of these challenges, instructing exporters on how to expand international sales, automate export administration, reduce costs, streamline operations, and manage the entire export function. Among other functions, this book:

  • Provides practical, easy-to-implement advice on how to comply with the latest rules and regulations
  • Shows how to circumvent trade barriers in foreign countries
  • Offers insights into reducing export risk exposures
  • Develops linkages among export-related departments
  • Provides practical recommendations to ensure compliance with U.S. and foreign regulations

The author, an experienced exporter and widely read commentator on international trade, also includes chapters on documentation, transportation, marketing, and insurance, covering every angle of the business.

In a global economy, not only companies that specialize in exporting but all corporations that service the international market must efficiently export goods and services. Credit, international sales, logistics, and compliance managers, as well as corporate treasurers, will find Managing Exports an essential resource to this vital function.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471221739
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
02/12/2003
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
368
Product dimensions:
9.21(w) x 6.14(h) x 0.94(d)

Table of Contents

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

The Whole Export.

Export Control.

The Product.

Export Channels.

Export Marketing.

Export Pricing.

Terms of Sale.

Insurance.

Sales Contracts, Proforma Invoices, and Purchase Orders.

Transportation.

Documentation.

Export Credit.

Keeping Current.

Index.

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