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crédits d’enlèvements

English translation: deferred payments

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French term or phrase:crédits d’enlèvements
English translation:deferred payments
Entered by: Kajuco
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23:04 Mar 28, 2007
French to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general) / microfinance
French term or phrase: crédits d’enlèvements
Context:

Nous mettons à votre service notre expérience du continent africain et les compétences de nos collaborateurs.

Vous bénéficiez des conseils d’un interlocuteur dédié.

Nous mettons à votre disposition les produits suivants :
- Caution en faveur de l’Administration des douanes (crédits d’enlèvements, entrepôt fictif) ;
- Avals sur traite commerciale ;
- Cautions sur marché publics ou privé ;
etc …
Kajuco
United Kingdom
Local time: 11:35
deferred payments
Explanation:
I found two translations: "deferred payment" (which, however is translated "paiment différé" at www.granddictionnaire.com) in the first link, and "import bank guarantee"in the second one.
Additional link: www.taj.fr/portail/liblocal/docs/Indirect tax news/Lettre T...

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Note added at 7 heures (2007-03-29 06:26:05 GMT)
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actually, I think "import bank guarantee" might be better.

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Note added at 15 heures (2007-03-29 14:42:06 GMT)
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I think the word guarantee conveys what you mean, doesn't it ?
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Jerome Elhaik
Local time: 12:35
Grading comment
That's marvellous, thank you. And of course entropot fictif is bonded warehouse. So I was talking nonsense. How polite you are.
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deferred payments


Explanation:
I found two translations: "deferred payment" (which, however is translated "paiment différé" at www.granddictionnaire.com) in the first link, and "import bank guarantee"in the second one.
Additional link: www.taj.fr/portail/liblocal/docs/Indirect tax news/Lettre T...

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Note added at 7 heures (2007-03-29 06:26:05 GMT)
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actually, I think "import bank guarantee" might be better.

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Note added at 15 heures (2007-03-29 14:42:06 GMT)
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I think the word guarantee conveys what you mean, doesn't it ?


    Reference: http://www.ambafrance-us.org/intheus/customs/payment.asp
    Reference: http://www.taj.fr/portail/liblocal/docs/Indirect%20tax%20new...
Jerome Elhaik
Local time: 12:35
Works in field
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in category: 8
Grading comment
That's marvellous, thank you. And of course entropot fictif is bonded warehouse. So I was talking nonsense. How polite you are.
Notes to answerer
Asker: Hm, thanks, but I would have thought that since it is coupled with "entrepôt fictif" which presumably is "fictitious warehouse", it should convey something which is a problem, that has to be insured against, no? Or am I talking nonsense?


Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Istvan Nagy: bank guarantee is much more likely
33 mins
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