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All international commercial transactions are conducted according to the terms and conditions negotiated between seller and buyer. By negotiating terms you secure the deal, minimize risks and protect your company in case of possible trade disputes, claims and/or legal actions. Usually terms of trade are stipulated in the trade contract and clearly indicate your and the buyer’s responsibilities. There are no standards regulating trade contracts as such. You’ll find that sometimes it may be just a one-page document and sometimes - a very complicated 10+ pages booklet including several appendices, additional conditions, etc. In some cases a
contract can even be formed based on words alone. It really depends on the goods you are selling, your relationship with the buyer and your personal preferences In order to be effective and to promote certainty in your business relationship with your buyer, it is a good idea to provide for the following details of your deal in any trade contract: Date of Contract ,Seller’s and Buyer’s Names, Product Name, Product Description, Packing, Quantity, Unit Price, Terms of Delivery (Incoterms), Terms of Payment, Delivery Date, Validity etc.