Strong contracts are even more essential when dealing internationally. Get tips on the key terms and structural elements you need in your next contract.
Many companies learn the hard way that the most important clause in a contract is the one they forgot to include—or failed to fully understand.
When exporting to an international market, a carefully drafted contract is even more critical to avoid payment delays, wrongful calls on performance bonds, and more. While legal expertise is always advised, this guide gives you an overview of some of the common terms, structural elements, and risks to keep in mind when negotiating a commercial contract.
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