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  2. Incoterms - Wikipedia

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    t. e. The Incoterms or International Commercial Terms are a series of pre-defined commercial terms published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) relating to international commercial law. [1] Incoterms define the responsibilities of exporters and importers in the arrangement of shipments and the transfer of liability involved at ...

  3. Free shipping - Wikipedia

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    Free shipping is a marketing tactic used primarily by online vendors and mail-order catalogs as a sales strategy to attract customers. [1] Online sales model [ edit ]

  4. FOB (shipping) - Wikipedia

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    FOB ( free on board) is a term in international commercial law specifying at what point respective obligations, costs, and risk involved in the delivery of goods shift from the seller to the buyer under the Incoterms standard published by the International Chamber of Commerce. FOB is only used in non-containerized sea freight or inland waterway ...

  5. Amazon raises free shipping minimum for some non-Prime ... - AOL

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    Amazon is raising its free shipping threshold for some customers. To qualify for free shipping, non-Prime members typically have to purchase an order totaling at least $25. On Monday, the e ...

  6. 7 Free Shipping Options That Are Good For Customers and ... - AOL

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    Online retailing is big business these days, with the top 500 Internet retailers growing by an average of 18% in 2011. E-commerce currently makes up about 8% of all retail sales, and that number ...

  7. Freight transport - Wikipedia

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    Freight transport, also referred as freight forwarding, is the physical process of transporting commodities and merchandise goods and cargo. [1] The term shipping originally referred to transport by sea but in American English, it has been extended to refer to transport by land or air (International English: "carriage") as well.

  8. The beginners guide to shopping Amazon Prime Day like a pro - AOL

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    Make a list. With hundreds of deals already kicking off and running through Memorial Day, we recommend making a wish list. Snag a high-ticket item you've had your eye on, like this LG 70” 4K UHD ...

  9. Shipping (fandom) - Wikipedia

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    Shipping (derived from the word relationship) is the desire by followers of a fandom for two or more people, either real-life people or fictional characters (in film, literature, television series, etc.), to be in a romantic or sexual relationship. Shipping often takes the form of unofficial creative works, including fanfiction and fan art .