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When Global Becomes Local: Payment Considerations When Trading Across Borders
• Posted Oct., 2013
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Businesses that transact with global customers and suppliers in their own home currencies may find it convenient — but the practice comes at a cost. This article examines the case for how companies involved in international trade can adopt a more global approach by transacting with overseas suppliers and customers in the counterparties' local currencies.
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