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INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL DOCUMENTSIntroductionA very large number of documents are involved in international transactions, many more than ina purely domestic exchange. Some of these documents are required by the exporting country,some by importing country, some by the banks, some by the shipping company and some by theimporter of the goods. In addition it is common to have more than one original for some of thesedocuments, as well as multitude of copies-one for every possible intermediary involved.InvoicesOne of the documents common to both international and domestic transactions is the bill(invoice) that the exporter sends to the importer. However, the content of an international invoiceis more complex and should be prepared slightly differently for a foreign customer than for adomestic one.a) Commercial invoiceThe invoice that accompanies the shipment is called the commerc

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