Export Procedure

Topics: International trade, Legal documents, Bank, Shipping, Contract law / Pages: 28 (6931 words) / Published: Apr 25th, 2013
BANKING & SHIPPING PROCEDURE IN APPAREL INDUSTRY.

BANKING & SHIPPING PROCEDURE IN APPAREL INDUSTRY.

Prepared for:
Mr. Faruque M. Masud
Course Teacher
AMM-306

Prepared by:
Md. Bhuyan
Md.Rubaiat morshed
ID- 091011298
Group: B
Semester- 2nd

May 3, 2013
Mr. Faruque M. Masud
Course Teacher
AMM-306

Sub: Banking And Shipping procedure in apparel industry.
Dear Sir, We are pleased to enclose our above subject assignment as desired by you. We have tried our best to make this report a resource full one.
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Md. Rubaiat Morshed

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Objective
1.2 Methodology
1.3 Scope
1.4 Limitation
2. CONCEPT AND IDEA
2.1 Idea about banking.
2.2 Idea about shipping
2. 3 Idea about Banking in apparel industry.
2.4 Idea about Shipping in apparel industry. 3. OBSERVATION
3.1Company profile
3.2 Banking procedure. 3.2.1. L/C: Master L/C 3.2.2. Back to Back L/C. 3.2.3 Different types of L/C 4. OBSERVATION. 4.1 Company profile. 4.2 Shipping procedure. 4.3 Shipping documents. C I,P L, EXPD
5. CONCLUSION.
6. RECOMMENDATION
7. BIBLIOGRAPHY/ REFERANCE
8. APPENDIX

1. INTRODUCTION:
Apparel is one of the basic necessities of human civilization along with food, water and shelter. The Apparel Industry reflects people’s lifestyles and shows their social and economic status. The Apparel and Textile industry is India’s second largest industry after IT Industry. At present, it is amongst the fastest growing industry segment and is also the second largest foreign exchange earner for the country. The apparel industry accounts for 26% of all Indian exports. The Indian government has targeted the apparel and textiles industry segments to reach $50 billion by the year 2015. China on the other hand, has already reached their target of $52 billion in 2004, and therefore, it is very possible for India to reach its target



Bibliography: * Azim, M. Tahlil, and Nasir Uddin, 2003, “Challenges for Garments Sector in Bangladesh after 2004: Avenues for Survival and Growth” Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies Journal, Vol. 24, No. 1, Page 49-82. * Bhattacharya, D and M. Rahman, 1999, “Female Employment Under Export-Propelled Industrialization: Prospects for Internalizing Global Opportunities in Bangladesh 's Apparel Sector”, UNRISD Occasional Paper.

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