In addition to offering a library of printed reference
books on a variety of import-export topics, International
Business training (IBT) offers some of those same books
in an electronic format called eBooks.
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What are eBooks?
eBooks are simply electronic copies of some of our
printed reference books. You can download international
trade eBooks and immediately read them onscreen or
print them out using the free Adobe Acrobat reader.
eBooks offer several advantages over the printed versions
of the books:
- You can download eBooks and immediately print
them out or read them onscreen, so you don’t
have to wait for your books to arrive by courier.
save money because you don’t have
to pay any shipping and handling fees.
can store your eBooks on your computer or laptop
for easy accessibility.
- You can easily find specific
topics and information by using the search function
in Acrobat Reader.
Buying an eBook is easy. If a particular IBT reference
book is available in eBook format, just click on
the “Order eBook” icon. This will automatically
add the selected book to your online shopping cart.
Just follow the online instructions for completing
your order, making sure to include a valid email
address to receive your book.
Once you have successfully completed your order, you
will receive an email from IBT with a link
to download your eBook in a compressed format that
makes the file size smaller and faster to download.
Follow the download instructions to save a copy of
the book on your hard drive.
Once you’ve downloaded the eBook file, you can
either click on the “Open” option or double
click on the file to decompress it and save it in the
Adobe Acrobat format. The book can now be opened on
your computer screen by simply double clicking on the
book title ending in pdf.
To download a free copy of the Adobe
simply go to the Adobe Acrobat website and follow
Purchasing an eBook from IBT gives you the right to
download one copy of the book in the Adobe Acrobat
format, which you can then view on screen and/or
print out on paper. The copyright for the book is
retained by International Business Training and/or
the book’s author(s).
By purchasing and downloading the eBook, you agree
that you will not share copies of the book – in
either electronic or printed format – with others
without express written permission of International
Business Training and the book’s author(s).
Your Duty - Product Classification According to
the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States -
If your company is going to succeed in international
trade, one of the most basic—and important—requirements
is identifying the correct classification for your
products. This book will teach you how to develop
those harmonized code classification skills. Please
Note: This eBook
does not allow you to print the book.
Regulations, Documentation & Procedures
This is our most complete eBook on the export process including topics such as contract negotiation, Incoterms, pricing, customs and tariff planning, the Automated Export System (AES), and more.
Regulations, Procedures and Guidelines -
This eBook focuses on the five core competencies
required to make accurate customs entries and ensure
compliance with U.S. Customs regulations: Value,
Country of Origin, Classification, Duty and Record
Keeping. Please Note: This eBook does not allow you to print the book.
Incoterms® 2000 and Incoterms® 2010—A Practical Review - This eBook outlines the rules and definitions for both the 2000 and 2010 sets of international trade terms including the responsibilities of the seller and the buyer under each of the terms, when and how each term can be used, and the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Incoterms® 2010 and the UCC: A Guide to International and Domestic Terms of Sale - This ebook introduces the difference between the trade terms commonly used in
U.S. domestic trade under the Uniform Commercial Code Article 2 and those
used in international trade developed by the International Chamber of
Commerce called Incoterms. It also provides a common-sense explanation of
the domestic and international terms and explains the distinct differences
between the usage and application of domestic and international terms.
A Practical Guide to Regulation, Documentation & Procedures -
This publication helps businesses understand the NAFTA and to develop practical business processes for participating in the free trade agreement. The eBook was designed predominantly with U.S. exporters and importers in mind. Please
Note: This eBook does not allow
you to print the book.
the International Supply Chain: Air & Ocean Transportation -
This eBook features sections on transportation costs, packing, working with freight forwarders, Incoterms 2010, ocean bills of lading, common carrier obligations to shippers, ocean transportation, air waybills of lading, air freight transportation, insurance and documentation.
Customs Broker Examination Preparation Manual -
The U.S. Customs Broker Examination Preparation
Manual describes many of the key elements
of the Customs regulations that a licensed customs
broker must be familiar with in order to conduct
business successfully on the behalf of an importer. Regardless
of your level of knowledge pertaining to Customs
regulations, the U.S. Customs Broker Examination
Preparation Manual will present the subject
matter in an easy-to-understand format that both
a novice or seasoned veteran will find beneficial.
U.S. Import Audit Preparation & Customs Compliance - This book helps readers understand import regulation and Customs audit procedures and helps them develop practical business processes and controls for surviving a Customs Focused Assessment (audit). This manual is not intended to be read or presented in a linear fashion, cover to cover. While the sections are organized in a logical order, the contents of each section should be treated as a grouping of practical guidance and technical reference materials. Please
Note: This eBook does not allow
you to print the book.