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Export Documentation Handbook

Export documentation handbook. -- {New York, N.Y. : Dun &Bradstreet International, 1980- } --
LC Call Number: K1026.2.E9 1980
LC Catalog Record: 81640970

Continues Dun & Bradstreet Export Documentation Handbook. The Library of Congress has received only the 1980 edition, which is in the Law Library collection. This publication was designed to help exporters and forwarders by providing general information on export/import requirements irrespective of country, shipper, or type of shipment, as well as more specific information via a footnoted checklist of requirements on a country-by-country basis. This includes information about required documents and legal certification; government controls with respect to statistics, destination, or foreign exchange; import and exchange licensing; boycotts; and specific requirements such as language of shipping documents, the marking of packages and goods; bills of lading, packing list requirements, and like matters .

Dun & Bradstreet export documentation handbook. -- New York, Dun & Bradstreet International. 1977-1979. -- Annual.
LC Control Number: sn82-21518

Continues Dun & Bradstreet Export Documentation Digest , and was continued by Export Documentation Handbook. The Library of Congress has no holdings of this title.

Dun & Bradstreet export documentation digest. -- {New York, Dun & Bradstreet International}.
LC Control Number: sc78-000695

Continued by Dun & Bradstreet Export Documentation Digest. The Library of Congress has no holdings of this title.
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