Dictionary of International Trade (eBook)
The Dictionary of International Trade is a point of reference for all people and companies that specialize in international business transactions: exporters and importers, transportation companies and forwarders, commercial agents, brokers, lawyers, consultants, business associations, chambers of commerce, and teachers and students of international trade courses.
The Dictionary contains 2000 key terms for international business and trade. It provides a full and precise definition of each term, and explains the context in which they are used. To aid in the understanding of these terms, links are provided to other related terms and to websites where further information can be found. The Dictionary also contains an Annex with the most common acronyms and abbreviations to be found in international trade documents.
The Dictionary of International Trade classifies the terms into eight categories encompassing the full breadth of international trade activities:
• Banking: Call option, confirming, documentary credit, clean collection, default, due diligence, hedging, promissory note, spot market, standby letter of credit, trade finance, etc.
Due to its content and the way information is accessed, the Dictionary of International Trade is an essential query and learning tool for anyone who is interested in finding out how international trade is conducted between countries and companies that operate on what are increasingly open and globalized markets.
OLEGARIO LLAMAZARES is an economist, international trade adviser and managing director of Global Marketing Strategies. He has nearly thirty years’ experience in the fields of foreign trade, marketing and international negotiations. He is the author, among other publications, of Practical Guide to Incoterms and International Business Etiquette. He is also a professor at IE Business School and has been a featured speaker in numerous seminars and events for international managers.