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Rony Ayala

C.I: 24.998.563

Import: Importar

Invisible: Invisible

Surplus: Superávit, el excedente, el exceso

Tariff: Arancel

Quote: Citar, cotizar

Bill of exchange: Letra de Cambio

Letter of exchange: carta de cambio

Letter of credit: carta de crédito

Bill of lading: Guia de carga

Receipt: Recibo, comprobante

Factoring: Factorización

Oversee: Superentender

Goodwill: Buena voluntad

Expedite: acelerar, facilitar, expedir

Import: An import is a good brought into a jurisdiction, especially across a national border, from
an external source. The party bringing in the good is called an importer. An import in the
receiving country is an export from the sending country. Importation and exportation are the
defining financial transactions of international trade.

Invisible: Invisibility is the state of an object that cannot be seen. An object in this state is said to
be invisible (literally, "not visible"). The term is often used in fantasy/science fiction, where
objects cannot be seen by magical or technological means; however, its effects can also be
demonstrated in the real world, particularly in physics and perceptual psychology classes.

Surplus: That which remains when use or need is satisfied, or when a limit is
reached; excess; overplus.
Tariff: Official rate that determines the rights that have to be paid in several branches, such as court
costs, rail transport or customs.

Quote: Pay a fee imposed for belonging to an association

Bill of exchange: A bill of exchange or "draft" is a written order by the drawer to the drawee to pay
money to the payee. A common type of bill of exchange is the cheque (check in American English),
defined as a bill of exchange drawn on a banker and payable on demand. Bills of exchange are used
primarily in international trade, and are written orders by one person to his bank to pay the bearer
a specific sum on a specific date. Prior to the advent of paper currency, bills of exchange were a
common means of exchange. They are not used as often today.

Letter of exchange: It is a written communication notifying the change that must be made to
facilitate the management of a property that is possessed.

Letter of credit: Document from a bank or other company issues a favor from someone for the sea
among a quantity of money.

Bill of lading: It is a document that accompanies the cargo that agrees with the dispatcher and the
carrier and governs their relationship when the goods are transported. It details the load and the
shipment and gives name or owner of that shipment to the container specified in the document.
That part is usually the organization to which the load is sent.

Receipt: Signed document in which you declare to have received an amount of money, a
merchandise or a service

Factoring: The factorization can be considered as the mathematical operation inverse to the
multiplication, since the purpose of the latter is to find the product of two or more factors;

Oversee: Direct or monitor one thing

Goodwill: The will alludes the intention with which the actions are carried out, which in this case is
oriented to the good

Expedite: Make something easy or possible.