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letters of credit


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  • n. Plural form of letter of credit.


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  • This despatch he sent upon his own responsibility, with letters of credit upon the East India Company, addressed to the British consuls, vice-consuls, and merchants on his route; Nelson saying, "that if he had done wrong, he hoped the bills would be paid, and he would repay the Company; for, as an Englishman, he should be proud that it had been in his power to put our settlements on their guard."

    The Life of Horatio Lord Nelson

  • But the trade deficit persisted at a high level B90 billion, prompting authorities to impose several measures by early 1984, including control on the opening of letters of credit for nonoil imports and an 18% limit on commercial banks’ credit expansion.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • Tip Tok-toh had arranged the letters of credit and financing through various Swiss and foreign banks within twenty-four hours.

    Noble House

  • The new credit would be phased in quarterly over a year to open dollar letters of credit LCs for essential imports.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • This drawing-room sketch involves the "fairly beautiful" sisters, Ernestine and Luella (called "Lute"), who have grown up apart in different parts of a Western state, each wooed by one Loren Ellery, a young man of "moral probity, business integrity, healthy bank books, unqualified letters of credit and introduction, and good looks."

    “. . .the eternal mystery of woman.”


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