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  • 国际贸易实务与操作(教师用书)[平装]
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  • 作者:李月菊(编者)
  • 出版社:上海外语教育出版社;第1版(2011年1月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787544620451

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    《国际贸易实务与操作(教师用书)》:新世纪商务英语专业本科系列教材

    目录

    chapter 1 introduction to international trade practice
    chapter 2 negotiating business contracts
    chapter 3 formation of international sales contracts (cisg)
    chapter 4 trade terms
    chapter 5 quality, quantity and packing of commodity
    chapter 6 international payment
    chapter 7 international cargo transportation
    chapter 8 cargo insurance
    chapter 9 going through customs
    chapter 10 documentation
    chapter 11 international commercial dispute resolution
    chapter 12 intellectual property rights
    reference
    appendix 1 key to the tests
    appendix 2 key to the Exercises

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    Case I
    The essential feature of an ordinary CIF contract rests on the fact that the seller delivers when the goods pass the ship's rail at the port of shipment, and that the seller fulfills his duty by delivery of the appropriate documents to the buyer in stead of the actual physical dellvery of the goods. All that the buyer can call for is delivery of the customary documents. This represents the measure of the buyer's right and the extent of the seller's duty. The buyer cannot refuse the documents and ask for the actual goods, nor can the seller withhold the documents and tender the goods they represent. And the buyer can not refuse to take the documents even thoughs he knows the goods have been lost at sea.
    Case 2
    (I) No, it was not a CIF contract.
    In a CIF contract, the seller does not guarantee the time of arrival at the destination. The seller delivers when the goods pass the named ship's rail at a named port in China. But the seller must pay the costs and frei2ht necessary to bring the goods to Amsterdam. The seller also has to procure marine insurance against the buyer's risk of loss of or damage to the goods during, the carriage.