Export and Import Publications

Australian Export Handbook - 20th Edition

The Export Handbook is a comprehensive guide to practical aspects of exporting essential for both new and experienced exporters.

Relevant government instrumentalities, various service providers and leading professionals from the exporting community have contributed to the revision process. The Export Handbook is recommended as the authoritative reference on export practice.

Australian Import Handbook - 1st Edition

The Import Handbook is a comprehensive guide to the practical aspects of importing, essential reading for both experienced and those considering the business of importing.

Relevant government instrumentalities, various service providers and leading professionals from the importing community have contributed to this first edition. The Import Handbook is recommended as the authoritative reference on import best practice. 

Incoterms 2010

On January 1, 2011 the much heralded 2010 revision to Incoterms® will take effect. ICC Incoterms® are global rules that clarify the costs, risks, and responsibilities of both buyers and sellers. Developed by ICC and used by companies to move goods around the world, ICC Incoterms® have become the standard in international business rules setting.

Country Risk Handbook 2012

A Guide to International Business and Trade

The 12th edition of Coface The Handbook of Country Risk is an invaluable resource for companies developing international trade and for entrepreneurs and their advisors concerned with international investment. Compiled by Coface, a worldwide leader in credit insurance, the world's number one in insurable trading risks, this authorative reference source provides up-to-date analysis of the risks involved in trading with or investing in 157 countries, giving each one a unique risk rating.

For finance departments, the handbook crucially assesses the likelihood of payment default. For business developers and would-be investors, the handbook weighs the risks and opportunities in emerging markets and gives industrial sector performance overviews from across the developed and developing countries.  Economic review and 2012 outlook for 157 countries. This edition contains information about:

• Coface assessments and ratings
• 2012 outlook by geographic region and business sector  
• Economic indicators for each country
• Payment incident trends monitored by Coface
• Payment and collection practices

For more information, please send an email to:tania_muniz@coface.com.au


ICC Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits: 2007 Revision is delivered in the publication UCP 600.

The UCP 600 guide is designed to help you understand the implications of UCP on documentary letters of credit and general and provides an update from the previous UCP 500.

Exporters, importers, lawyers, bankers, transport executives and students will benefit from having this outstanding guide at hand. ICC UCP 600 provides framework and guidelines application to your documentary letters of credit.

International Trade Procedures

A guide to the Import/ Export process

The International Procedures Guide is an excellent entry point text, in an easy to read style, for those embarking on export or import activities.

Providing an outline of the key requirements in trade, from Customs, Insurance, Trade Law, and IP, through to International Payments, FX options, Packing and the role of Forwarders & Customs Agents and more.  There are also case study documents for both importers and exporters.


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If you are interested in purchasing any of the above publications, please order online at the Australian Institute of Export: www.aiex.com.au

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