Incoterms


When commercial traders enter into a contract for the purchase and sale of goods they are free to negotiate specific terms of their contract. These terms include the price, quantity, and characteristics of the goods. Every international contract will also contain what is referred to as an Incoterm (international commercial term).

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Wordpress vs B2Evolution

Wordpress is the most popular blogging platform on the Internet.? It far outnumbers the competition in installation and I must admit it is very easy to use and to upgrade.? Last year I made a website for a friend using Wordpress (mastinimayhem) and now she can fully operate and update without help from me.? So in that regard Wordpress is superb.? I have also started working on another project (maxomagickennel) using wordpress and it should be finished by 1 October.

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National review Warns White People About Blacks

BY ELSPETH REEVE?

Fifteen months after?The National Review ended its relationship with longtime writer John Derbyshire for an essay he wrote for TakiMag.com in which he instructs his children to be afraid of black people, the conservative magazine?has published Victor Davis Hanson's version of the same article.?It is unlikely Hanson will meet the same fate as his former colleague.

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Tax Audits No Laughing Matter

At his Arizona State University commencement speech Wednesday, May 13 2009, Mr. Obama noted that ASU had refused to grant him an honorary degree, citing his lack of experience, and the controversy this had caused. He then demonstrated ASU's point by remarking, "I really thought this was much ado about nothing, but I do think we all learned an important lesson. I learned never again to pick another team over the Sun Devils in my NCAA brackets. . . . President [Michael] Crowe and the Board of Regents will soon learn all about being audited by the IRS."

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Spying and Lying

Not long ago, the Director of National Intelligence assured us that the federal government does not "wittingly" spy on Americans. That has turned out to be a lie. As Fred Kaplan writes in Slate, "We as a nation are being asked to let the National Security Agency continue doing the intrusive things it's been doing on the premise that congressional oversight will rein in abuses. But it's hard to have meaningful oversight when an official in charge of the program lies so blatantly in one of the rare open hearings on the subject. " And the spying turns out to go even further than we thought we knew last week

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