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  • WTO launches new edition of Handbook on the TRIPS Agreement November 27, 2020
    The WTO launched today (27 November) the second edition of “A Handbook on the WTO TRIPS Agreement”, which describes the historical and legal background to the Agreement on Trade-related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), its role in the organization and its institutional framework. The publication coincides with the 25th anniversary of the entry into […]
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  • WTO to host first Trade for Peace Week November 25, 2020
    The WTO will host the first edition of the Trade for Peace Week from 30 November to 4 December 2020. Ten virtual panel sessions will explore the nexus between trade and peace, with the focus on fragile and conflict-affected countries in accession which want to use trade and economic integration to promote sustainable and inclusive […]
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  • DDG Agah at ITC Joint Advisory Group: Open trade and economic inclusion key to post-COVID recovery November 25, 2020
    In remarks on 25 November to the 54th session of the Joint Advisory Group that oversees the work of the International Trade Centre (ITC), WTO Deputy Director-General Yonov Frederick Agah argued that open international trade, together with efforts to ensure the benefits from economic activity are widely shared, would be necessary to repair the social […]
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  • DDG Wolff: “WTO reform is both necessary and feasible” November 24, 2020
    Speaking at the “1+6” roundtable meeting presided by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on 24 November, Deputy Director-General Alan Wolff urged WTO members to begin serious engagement on improving the WTO, arguing there was enough common ground to reach major new agreements. He also called on China to participate actively and contribute positively to planning far-reaching […]
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Delivered at Place DAP



 

 Any types of transport mode, including Multimodal Transport

Delivered at place

In this case, the Seller must bear the pre-carriage, main carriage and post carriage costs up to the agreed place of the destination (Buyer’s warehouse for e.g.).

The Seller bears all costs and risks (damage and loss) until the goods are delivered at the agreed place, however the unloading is under the buyer’s responsibility. In other words, the delivery is deemed completed (transfer of risks to the buyer) when the goods are placed at the buyer’s disposal, ready for being unloaded in the agreed named place.

The Seller is also liable for export custom clearance formalities (such as export licence).

In much the same way, the Buyer must comply with import custom clearance (such as import licence, duties, taxes, VAT).

Any pre-shipment inspection that might be required by law in the seller’s country is at the seller’s expense.

Furthermore, the seller has the obligation to provide the transport documents needed by the buyer for claiming the goods from the carrier

Although there is no formal obligation regarding insurance coverage, upon buyer’s request the seller must provide any information needed for insuring the goods (at the buyer’s expense)

The Seller must assist the Buyer for obtaining documents that might be required for the importation.

Note that the related costs engendered by such assistance are at the Buyer’s expense.

Usual Documents required:

  • Commercial Invoice
  • Documents as agreed in the contract
  • Transport documents:

Caution!

It is very important to specify the exact point of delivery in the country of destination (transfer of risks to the buyer) as well as obtaining a contract of carriage, which reflects this precise location.