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What is packing credit????

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Asked by hiten khona, 10 Sep '09 03:49 pm
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Timely and adequate credit facilities at the pre-shipment stage are essential for exporters to realize their full export potential. Exporters may not, however, be easily able to obtain such facilities from their bankers for several reasons, e.g. the exporter may be relatively new to export business, the extent of facilities needed by him may be
Packing Credit Guarantee
out of proportion to the equity of the firms or the value of collateral offered by the exporter may be inadequate. The Packing Credit Guarantee of ECGC helps the exporter to obtain better and adequate facilities from their bankers. The Guarantees assure the banks that, in the event of an exporter failing to discharge his liabilities to the bank, ECGC would make good a major portion of the bank's loss. The bank is required to be co-insurer to the extent of the remaining loss.
Answered by SHASHI AGRAWAL, 10 Sep '09 03:51 pm

 
  
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