Study Guide 475 - Study Guide Introduction International...

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Study Guide Introduction - International Trade Drivers - International Trade Theories Logistics Infrastructure - Know what the various terminologies mean. Sustainability - Concept of Triple bottom Line (TBL) - Total Life-cycle based approach - Definition of Sustainable Supply Chain Management (SSCM) - SCOR & GSCF model with reference to SSCM - Metrics of TBL Land, Ocean & Air Transportation - Liners Vs. Tramps - Various terminologies used in the powerpoint - Major issues facing the world and U.S. in transportation and their potential solutions - Try using the annual State of Logistics / Maritime Report in your answers Incoterms - All the 11 incoterms. What do they mean?
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Unformatted text preview: Responsibilities and liabilities of buyer / seller International contract-How are international contracts different from domestic contracts? Terms of Finance-Concentrate on L/C and Bills of Exchange International Insurance-Read up on the various clauses of the marine insurance-Main terminologies like general average, barratry, and risk management International Documents-Role of B/L, commercial invoice, certificate of origin, packing list, certificate of analysis, export/ import license, certificate of insurance Terminologies like duty drawback, FTZ, bonded warehouse, tariff and non-tariff barriers...
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