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A Primer on Import and Export Documents

By eSources Editor

eSources Editor

It is crucial that your documents are in order when you are exporting goods to a buyer or importing goods from a seller. This article provides a glossary of documents that you may need.

How to Import Goods from Suppliers that do not Accept International Shipping

By eSources Editor

eSources Editor

You will have come across a supplier that has exceptional prices but doesn't ship to your country. Most buyers simply give up an look for an alternative source, without knowing that there is an easy, inexpensive way to import from those suppliers to your country. In this article we reveal exactly how you can overcome this apparent obstacle.

Important Importing Information, Part I

By eSources Editor

eSources Editor

If you are a UK retailer that is considering importing goods, it will be helpful to understand the basic guidelines for customs tariffs. Over numerous years, the United Kingdom (UK) has eased these taxes to the point where many have been totally eliminated. For retailers thatís good news on two fronts.

Important Importing Information - Part II

By eSources Editor

eSources Editor

Bringing goods into the UK from other countries involves working with various government agencies and conforming to specific regulations. Along with restrictions on certain items and variables that influence the rate at which customs tariffs will be levied on goods, we noted that tariffs are calculated on the value of the items being imported.

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