If an international agreement between an exporter and

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6. If an international agreement between an exporter and an agent/distributor grants a monopoly to the agent/distributor, that agent/distributor is considered to be: a. operating illegally. b. a subsidiary of the exporting company. *c. an exclusive representative. d. operating under a force majeure clause. e. None of the above
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~ Yes. All false answers are bogus. “Exclusive representative” is a text glossary term. @ No. All false answers are bogus. “Exclusive representative” is a text glossary term. REF: 5-4e 7. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) considers a contract to have been accepted: ~ Yes. From the text: The CISG does not consider that a contract has been accepted until both parties agree to all of its terms: it is customary for a seller to make an offer. The buyer may respond positively, but indicate that it wants a different schedule of delivery or term of payment, or some other aspect of the transaction to be handled differently. Under the UCC, such a response is construed as an acceptance of the offer. Under the CISG, it is understood as a rejection of the offer made by the seller and as a counteroffer by the buyer, unless the terms suggested do not materially affect the contract. The CISG specifies that changes to “price, payment, quality and quantity of the goods, place and time of delivery, extent of one party’s liability to the other [most likely to be understood as Incoterms] or the settlement of disputes are considered to alter the terms of the offer materially” and therefore that no acceptance is made in those cases. The U.S. Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), not the CISG requires that any sales agreement above US$ 500 be in writing.” @ No. From the text: The CISG does not consider that a contract has been accepted until both parties agree to all of its terms: it is customary for a seller to make an offer. The buyer may respond positively, but indicate that it wants a different schedule of delivery or term of payment, or some other aspect of the transaction to be handled differently. Under the UCC, such a response is construed as an acceptance of the offer. Under the CISG, it is understood as a
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