Trading terms, abbreviations and codes (English)
Thread poster: Charlotte Blank
Charlotte Blank  Identity Verified
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Aug 29, 2006

Maybe this will be of help to someone looking for trading terms:

http://www.giagroup.com/terms-of-trade.cfm

("This resource is dedicated to all foreign/international trade terms and acts as a trading dictionary with the definitions for the most common terms used in international trade.")

There are also lists of abbreviations and codes (IATA, AES...) and a lot of links to trade-related websites.


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Ken Cox  Identity Verified
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thanks (but a small caution...) Aug 29, 2006

Good reference, but the terms should be checked (e.g. googled) before use, as the site appears to be a translation or generated by a non-NES and has numerous spelling errors and grammatical errors.

Examples:

'AD Valorum' (ad valorum)

'Airway Bill' (air waybill)

-- Ken


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