In this video, we will discuss and learn about Clean Payments in Import and Export.
Import and Export payments are an important part of the international trade. It is used to process payments for goods and services that are being imported or exported.
Import and Export payments can be made in a number of ways, such as cash, checks, wire transfers, credit cards, debit cards. There are also many payment methods that do not require any currency exchange.
The Import and Export Payment Process:
- The importer sends a request for payment to their bank or financial institution
- The bank or financial institution sends the request to the exporter
- The exporter sends an invoice with a bill of lading The importer pays the invoice by transferring funds to the exporter’s account The exporter ships the products The importer receives their products If the importer does not receive their products, they can contact the exporter to inquire about the status of their order.
Clean payments in Import and Export is a term used to describe how payment systems are designed to prevent illegal or unethical transactions. The current system of payments has been failing to prevent the spread of dirty money.
In addition, it also encourages fraud, corruption and tax evasion. The global economy is dependent on the use of clean payments. This is why they are considered as one of the most important innovations in recent times and has been implemented by different countries around the world.
There are many reasons why the current system of payments is not enough to prevent illegal or unethical transactions. First, they are easy to conceal. Second, they are made with large sums of money which enable people to avoid taxes and regulations. Lastly, it is hard for the public and government agencies to trace the source or destination of dirty money. The global financial crisis of 2008-2009 also prompted the need for better anti-money laundering and terrorist financing programs.
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