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What are the required documents suitable for import and export business in international trade?Please list them!

  1.International tradeDocuments refer to documents applicable to import and export business。The buyer shall handle delivery, transportation, insurance, commodity inspection, exchange settlement and other procedures with this document。

  2.Internal documents include the relevant documents submitted to the Customs at the time of export procedures, such as export goods declaration permit, insurance policy to apply for insurance from an insurance company, shipping documents required for booking cargo space to the carrier on lease, inspection documents required for commodity inspection, etc。Except in a few cases, these documents are mainly provided to the relevant domestic agencies or departments (e.g., customs, commodity inspection bureaus, insurance companies) and are therefore referred to as internal documents。

  3.External documents refer to the documents required by the buyer for negotiation or payment, also known as settlement documents。Generally speaking, these documents are ultimately delivered to the foreign issuing bank or buyer and are therefore called external documents。External documents include business documents, transportation documents, insurance documents, financial documents, etc。

  4.Basic procedures of document copying: certification, document making, document review, document submission and filing。

  5.A list of the name, quality, quantity and price of the goods issued by the seller (exporter) to the buyer (importer) is a list of the goods issued by the seller (exporter) to the buyer (importer)。

  6.A packinglist is a packinglist, which focuses on the packing of the goods。In general, packing with L/C and collection clause is required, except for large goods。

  Packingdocuments are auxiliary documents used to record or describe the packaging of goods。

  7.The Weightlist is based on the packing list and emphasizes the weight of the goods。

  8.The measurementlist focuses on the volume of the packaged goods, the package size and the total size of each item。

  9.A billof lading (B/L) is a certificate issued by a carrier or its agent to the shipper that the goods have been received, allowing the goods to be transported to a specific destination and delivered to the consignee。

  10.Freightprepaid (Freightocollect)。

  11.An insurance policy, also known as a big policy, is a formal insurance contract signed between the policyholder and the insurance company。Insurance policy is the basis for the insurer to collect insurance premium from the applicant, and it is also the main evidence for the insured to claim compensation from the insurer after the occurrence of an insured accident。

  12.Certificateof Origin (C /O), referred to as certificate oforigin, refers to the exporter at the request of the importer, to prove the origin of the goods or the place of manufacture provided by the notary office, the government or the exporter issued certification documents。

  13.The General System of Preferences (GSP) is a system of general tariff preferences for exports from developed countries to developing countries, including some primary products。

  GSP Certificate of origin shall be applied to the beneficiary country's exports to the most favoured country, and GSP tariff reduction shall be granted to the beneficiary country。A universally applicable certificate of origin is equivalent to a security。

What are the required documents suitable for import and export business in international trade?Please list them!

  If the country of import is the United States, the exporter must apply for a general certificate of origin。If the country of import is a country other than the United States, the exporter must apply for an Inclusive certificate of origin。The usual origin treatment is the most favored nation treatment, the generalized certificate of origin, the most favored nation treatment。

  14.The outbound cargo inspection list is established according to the requirements of the State inspection and quarantine department in order to ensure the standardization and procedures of inspection and quarantine work。Written proof of application for inspection and quarantine by the inspection department in accordance with relevant laws, administrative regulations or contracts。

  15.The Inspectioncertificate is a legally valid certificate issued by the China Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau as a state administrative organ after the inspection and appraisal of import and export commodities。It is the basis for verifying whether the goods delivered by the seller comply with the provisions of the contract, and it is also an effective proof of customs declaration inspection。

  16.The declaration form for export goods refers to the receiving party of the goods or its agent stating in writing the actual situation of the export goods in accordance with the format prescribed by the Customs, and requesting the Customs to complete customs clearance procedures in accordance with the applicable customs system。

  17.Draft (Billofexchangeordraftormoneyorder) is a kind of instrument, the drawer date specified in the make out an invoice or payment to the payee or bearer unconditionally。

  18.Export license refers to the quantity of export goods or other restrictions authorized by the Ministry of Commerce according to law。

  19.Remitance, also known as money transfer, means that the payer takes the initiative to send money to the payee through a bank or other means。If payment for international trade is made by remittance, the buyer usually remits the payment to the seller through the bank in accordance with the conditions stipulated in the contract, such as receipt of documents or goods。

  20.Collection refers to the settlement method in which an exporter issues a commercial draft to the importer, entrusts the bank to accept the import and receives the payment。

  21.Letter of credit(Letterofcreditl/C) refers to the written guarantee document issued by the issuing bank to the beneficiary in accordance with the prescribed documents within a certain period of time at the request of the applicant's buyer。Simply put, a letter of credit is a written document of conditional acceptance issued by a bank。

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