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B. K. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

SUBJECT : International Finance Management

Report on Documents used in
Foreign Trade

Submitted to : Prof. Shri Swetang Jagirdar

Submitted by : Nilesh R. Parekh (2033) Jayesh Purohit (2020) MBA-III, SEMESTER-V(EVENING)

1. Title : Report on Documents used in Foreign Trade

2. Introduction

International trades between countries and across continents have existed for centuries including previous civilizations. Traditionally international trade consisted of traded goods like textile, food items, spices, precious metals, precious stones, and objects of art and various items across the borders. Everybody has heard of the silk route as well as amber road and other famous routes that existed and the ports and settlements that flourished due to the trade, which was carried on through land route as well as sea routes.
We have come a long way since the earlier times and International trade today has taken on new dimension. It was a fact earlier that impact of trade between two countries was not limited to economics alone, but fuelled political, social ambitions too.
Today with the advancement of technology and impact of globalization has made it necessary for all countries to engage necessarily in international trade for their survival.
International trades between countries and across continents have existed for centuries including previous civilizations. Traditionally international trade consisted of traded goods like textile, food items, spices, precious metals, precious stones, and objects of art and various items across the borders. Everybody has heard of the silk route as well as amber road and other famous routes that existed and the ports and settlements that flourished due to the trade, which was carried on through land route as well as sea routes.
We have come a long way since the earlier times and International trade today has taken on

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