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What an intending exporter needs to know
« on: November 09, 2014, 10:36:30 AM »
Being an active player in the export market can be very exciting. It involves a lot of travel, tracking and transactions. But along the line, it also involves the customs of the exporting and the host countries, the immigration, finance and trade ministries. It equally involves some cross-border charges and associated risks. This implies that export business is something that requires painstaking planning and order.

Before you go into export business, the first thing you must do is...

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