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|Authors: ||Chung Cheng-Chi;Tai H.H.|
|Contributors: ||NTOU:Department of Shipping and Transportation Management|
Intermediary;Letter of credit;triangular trade
|Issue Date: ||2012-06-18T05:52:26Z
Abstract:Many of the labor-untensive industries in Taiwan are no longer competitives as in past decades. Hence, these industries have moved their factories, while their heaadquarter remain in Taiwan, and orders in Taiwan and cargo must be made directly from an exporter or via a third place to the importer. The entire structure of triangular trade is that the trading act provides the international trader, utilizing domestic or third countries and running a business in economically highly developed countries, the chance to build a production base in new economic regions and to develop internediate operations. This paper forcuses on the practical operations of importers, internediaries, exporters and relevant financial firms i norder to integrate the activities of information, documentation, payments, and cargoes; the detailed findings among the flows are comprehensively examined.
|Relation: ||89, pp.61-74|
|Appears in Collections:||[航運管理學系] 期刊論文|
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