It also has an extensive glossary and checklists for buyers, sellers, and bankers.
International Payments 2nd Edition describes how to use letters of credit and documentary collections, how to grant and obtain credit, and how to use cyberpayments of the World Wide Web. It also has an extensive glossary and checklists for buyers, sellers, and bankers.
INTERNATIONAL PAYMENTS: BACK COVER
A Short Course in International Payments 2nd Edition
At the heart of all international transactions is the transfer of money. This book describes how to use letters of credit and documentary collections, how to grant and obtain credit, and how to use cyberpayments on the World Wide Web. It has an extensive glossary, checklists for buyers, sellers, and bankers, and a comprehensive chapter on trade documentation.
INTERNATIONAL PAYMENTS: TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: Key Issues in International Payments
Chapter 2: Introducing the Buyer and the Seller
Chapter 3: Introducing the Basic Terms of Payment
Chapter 4: Foreign Exchange Basics
Chapter 5: Contract Basics
Chapter 6: Incoterms 1990
Chapter 7: Notes on Granting and Obtaining Credit
Chapter 8: Drafts and Acceptances
Chapter 9: Documentary Collections
Chapter 10: Documentary Credits, Part 1
Chapter 11: Documentary Credits, Part 2
Chapter 12: Documentary Credits, Part 3
Chapter 13: Documentary Credits, Part 4
Chapter 14: Documentary Credits, Part 5
Chapter 15: Sample Bank Fees
Chapter 16: Documents
Chapter 17: Document Checklists
Chapter 18: Cyberpayments
Chapter 19: Glossary
Chapter 20: Resources
INTERNATIONAL PAYMENTS: AUTHORS/CONTRIBUTORS
Edward G. Hinkelman is an international economist with more than 20 years' experience as an importer and exporter. He has bought, sold and traded commodities, components and finished goods in over 50 countries. Mr. Hinkelman is the author of and contributor to more than 12 reference books on international trade, including the Dictionary of International Trade, Importers Manual USA, and The Country Business Guide series.