_____ published by the ICC contains detailed provisions dealing with the operation of documentary credit.
In the practice of L/C transaction, the buyer is not required to pay for the goods until the arrival of the relevant____.
According to documentary credit, the____, on receipt of letter of credit, will have to prepareshipment of the contract goods within the delivery date.
Under the FOB term, the risk of loss or damage to the goods is transferred from the seller to the buyer when goods pass the ship’s rail in the ____.
According to INCOTERMS 2000, which group of the following trade terms mean that the seller must contract for the carriage of the goods to the named port (or place ) of destination?____
A shipment of fresh egg is transported to the docks by an exporter on an FOB contract. The eggs are broken by a crane falling them as they are awaiting to be loaded on board. The ___ should be liable for the damage.
The freight forwarder, on behalf of the____, has the right to deliver the cleared goods to theconsignee.
It is usually the ____ who issues relevant documents such as Forwarder’s Certificate of Receipt, Forwarder’s Certificate of Transport, etc.
The freight forwarder assists the consignee in pursuing claims against the ____ for loss of the goods or damage to them if necessary.
The scope of freight forwarder’s service on behalf of exporter includes_____.