Why should an Incoterm be indicated in a contract for the international delivery of goods?

The Incoterms determine the costs, risks and customs obligations between buyer and seller internationally for the transport of goods. The delivery of goods internationally also implies practical agreements between the seller and the buyer. The Incoterms® rules (International Commercial Terms) were created to determine the legal liability of each party.

Sell products in the EU — Cross-border delivery of your goods

Companies operating in Europe can benefit from the EU Single Market. Most goods can thus move freely within the European territory, without additional costs or quantitative restrictions. This is called the free movement of goods.

Call for proposals to green the processes and activities of SMEs in the social economy

Last November 9th the EC published a call for proposal on greening social economy SMEs and entrepreneurs in the proximity and social economy ecosystem through transnational co-operation

How doing business with a Japanese company?

For Westerners, Japan is like another world: another language, another culture, but also another way of doing business, which requires being well understood when dealing with a Japanese company. UNDERSTANDING THE HIERARCHY Contrary to popular belief, the hierarchy in Japanese enterprise is very egalitarian and democratic, where power tends to be more centralised in a […]

30 Euroclusters lancés pour mettre en œuvre la stratégie industrielle de l’UE: des retombées pratiques pour les PME à Bruxelles

La CE a officiellement présenté à Prague hier et avant-hier les 30 Euroclusters lancés pour mettre en œuvre la stratégie industrielle de l'UE. Les Euroclusters sont des initiatives stratégiques intersectorielles, interdisciplinaires et transeuropéennes de clusters industriels et d'autres acteurs économiques tels que des organismes de recherche, des entreprises, etc.

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