L/C

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L/CLetter of Credit
L/CLevodopa/Carbidopa
L/CLoud and Clear
L/CLanded Cost
L/CLaydays/Canceling (shipping)
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Also, the letter of credit has a maturity of three years and is extendable upon agreement.
banks are to be applied to the buyer's account, this must be explicitly stated in all quotations and in the letter of credit. The exporter usually expects the buyer to pay the L/C charges.
In its compensation claim, the complainant said it had to pay the value of the letter of credit to the bank due to a malpractice in processing it in compliance with local rules and international banking standards.
of New York the $300,000 plus nearly $45,000 in interest for refusing to honor the letter of credit, and there may eventually be court costs to pay as well.
But Letter Of Credit, a faller in his last two starts over fences, is set to race off a mark of 115, 24lb lower than his current chase rating.
The MOA, he said, would include a provision where the Quezon City government is to make a payment security through an LBP letter of credit "to answer for any and all amounts due from the Quezon City government in favor of Petron Corporation."
It was pointed out that non opening of letter of credit was having a negative impact on the production capacity of PSM and any further delay would complicate the situation.
Moreover, the transferrable letter of credit is different from negotiable [9] letter of credit.
The facilities include a USD-40-million letter of credit supporting a debt service reserve and another letter of credit worth around USD 15 million supporting security obligations under power purchase agreements with US utility Southern California Edison, a subsidiary of Edison International (NYSE:EIX).
In many cases, they might not save as much compared with a letter of credit. Or, they might be required to provide the insurer with collateral, which often takes the form of a letter of credit anyway.
Where unavoidable discrepancies in the documentary presentation occur, Deutsche Bank then provides GE Aero Energy with an accounts receivable purchase linked to the underlying letter of credit.
One of the great innovations of the European Renaissance was the letter of credit, which allowed merchants and international importers to ship products on the strength of reputation, rather than having to pay upfront.