Import/Export For Dummies

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DescriptionA clearly established, easy to understand primer on the exciting world of import / export of imports from the U.S. $ 1 2 trillion and 772 billion U.S. dollars, exports of goods a year. Import / Export For Dummies provides entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized businesses with the critical information they need to sell to export their products around the world and imports of goods in America. This practical guide covers the pros and cons of the development or growth. . . More>>

Import/Export For Dummies

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5 Responses to “Import/Export For Dummies”

  • B. Armstrong says:

    A good reference for the regulation of international trade and the documentation, but if you're just getting started and looking for a tutorial on how to call an exporter in this book, you can fill all your needs.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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  • This is a very good book, but it is the only book you need to create an import / export. It is fairly widespread, and not the specific John Wiley Spiers book "How Small Business Trades Worldwide contain. I recommend that you have both, but if only one, then with John Wiley & Sons.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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  • Jay Johnson says:

    I read this book. I would recommend for someone who has no knowledge of international trade. If the necessary knowledge will only review the basics. I have almost finished, and an Import / Export Business Weiss, and this book was much more informative and useful for me.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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  • I am thinking of importing a business and bought this book as a starting point. I usually read books for weeks, even small, because they are too boring for me, but I have had this book for 3 days and almost finished. The author goes through the entire process from A to Z, what kind of company you want, you can find suppliers abroad to understand how your products, etc. Definitely a great buy and sell!
    Rating: 5 / 5

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  • R. Vlcek says:

    Import / Export for Dummies is a useful tool for anyone interested in looking for ways to import or export. After reading the book I learned more than I had expected, and my mind is illuminated many details that I did not know the first reading. For example, I am currently looking for ways to goods in the United States imports from the Czech Republic, pudding-like yogurt. The book has informed me of everything that I am able to consider, possible much or too smooth, without penalty or cause errors in financial losses. It gave me instructions I will need to negotiate with potential suppliers in the Czech Republic, and how to get customers in the U.S. The book is written in a clear and simple approach to identify. The book is easy to understand and its simplicity is amazing. E 'divided into five parts that are learning on the formation of companies, the rules and regulations, identifying suppliers, identify customers, to find, and an understanding of some procedures, the (unique in the import / export and to develop For example, the conditions of sale, payment methods, procedures, customs clearance, etc.) Like most Dummies books, the examples are plentiful, and the author has great insight and examples from professional life back, and students who are have attended his seminars. The book is full of excellent resources, including a detailed list of the International Trade Commission's Bureau for all countries in the United States. These offices can provide assistance in identifying the suppliers and also provide valuable information in the way of doing business in different countries. Moreover, the book also provides information on the various resources available free on the Internet. So, I would be interested in this book as an absolute necessity for anyone starting their own import and export activities. It is the "bible" of imports and exports that can help inform, advise and support you, you need to know and do to ensure that the goods imported and exported or moved smoothly.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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