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Alavi Hamed (Estonian Business School, Estonia), Kerikmäe Tanel (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia)
Mitigating the Risk of Documentary Discrepancy in Process of Estonian Export Letters of Credit Transaction
Multidisciplinary Aspects of Production Engineering, 2018, vol. 1, s. 425-432, rys., tab., bibliogr. 18 poz.
Zarządzanie procesami, Eksport, Akredytywa dokumentowa
Process management, Export, Documentary credit
streszcz., summ.
The main subject of this paper is to study relations between metrics which affects payment risk under documentary letters of credit (DLC) from the exporters perspective in Estonia. This will result in reducing the risk of documentary discrepancy in presentation of documents to banks, decrease relevant costs to rectification of discrepancies which are nothing but a loss to exporter and improving the flow of international trade. For this purpose, the author takes an empirical approach in his strive to find answer to following questions: What are different types of discrepancy in Estonian export landscape? How relevant are deferent attributes of the DLC to attributes types of discrepancy? What measures should be in place to prevent risk of documentary discrepancy in DLC operation? (In Estonian export trade). (original abstract)
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