Export A to Z Master Guide.

Imports and Export Procedure How To Export Preliminaries for Starting Export Registration Register with Export Promotion Council Despatching Samples Appointing Agents Specimen Copy of Agreement Acquire an Export License Acquire Export Credit Insurance Arranging Finance Rates of Interest Understand Foreign Exchange Rates & Protect Against Their Adverse Movement Forward Contracts Procuring/Manufacturing Goods for Export & Their Inspection by Government Authorities Labeling, Packaging, Packing & Marking Goods New Excise Procedure How To Export Golden Rule Sell Experience Selling in Export On-time Deliveries Communication Testing Products Approach Golden Rule: In order to be successful in exporting one must fully research its markets. No one should ever try to tackle every market at once. Many enthusiastic persons bitten by the export bug, fail because they bite off more than they can chew. Overseas design and product requirements must be carefully…
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What is really going on with Russia’s new internet laws .

On paper, Russia’s new laws on data storage seem to make business impossible for big internet companies like Google, Facebook, Twitter, and a wider range of online businesses. Following their summer break, Duma Deputies are back at work, busy drafting new laws concerning Russia’s internet (often called the RuNet). Federal Law242-FЗ ‘On the introduction of amendments into separate legal acts of the Russian Federation defining the order of personal data processing in the information and telecommunication networks’ (Federal Law 152-FЗ), which restricts to the territory of the Russian Federation, the collection, retention, processing, and storage of Russian citizens’ personal data by internet operators, has been signed off. Similarly, Federal Law 97-FЗ, (known as the ‘law on bloggers’) requires that ‘operators of information dissemination’ store user data for at least six months and provide law enforcement agencies with information…
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Bitcoin might be dead. It doesn’t matter.

The price of a Bitcoin has slumped 43 per cent in the first two weeks of 2015, causing many to ask if the biggest economic experiment in decades has been a failure. But that misses the really interesting point, says blogges - what comes next? Bitcoin is having a very bad 2015. From a price of $314 per coin on New Year’s Day it slumped 43 per cent to a low of $177 yesterday. Media coverage has taken one of two angles: either proclaiming its demise or speculating as to the cause of death. Both miss the bigger issue, which is the exciting, anarchic, empowering technology which Bitcoin is giving birth to. And which the price crash may endanger. Firstly - and let’s zip over this quickly - is this the end of the Bitcoin experiment?…
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