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Bills of Lading July 30, 2012

You see it almost everyday, you endorse it, stamp it, keep it in your files for years, you pay thousands of dollars to a bank sometimes to get a hold of this piece of paper, sometimes you take it to your lawyer. It’s arguably the most important and widely used…

 

Quiz on the Largest Producing Countries in the World November 30, 2012

Never before has business spanned the globe the way it does today. All countries are not equally endowed with natural resources and other facilities for production, hence countries import or export certain products as every country can’t produce the same products. The cost of labor, the availability of natural resources, and the level of know-how…

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Misdeclared Overweight containers can have a serious impact on the shipping industry, causing problems far beyond just being too heavy. Approximately 20% of containers in transportation are misdeclared and/or overweight, partially due to poor quality control from the original shipper. Many shippers over-pack the containers in an effort to maximize…

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Credit Cards: Enticing and Misleading October 17, 2014

There are claims that credit card companies take advantage of young consumers but first it must be understood how credit card companies make money. Credit card companies make most of their profit from interest charged on outstanding balances. There are also other methods of making revenue that are less profitable…