foreign bill


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foreign bill

or

foreign draft

n
(Banking & Finance) a bill of exchange that is drawn in one country and made payable in another: used extensively in foreign trade. Compare inland bill
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Noun1.foreign bill - a bill of exchange that is drawn in one country and made payable in anotherforeign bill - a bill of exchange that is drawn in one country and made payable in another
bill of exchange, draft, order of payment - a document ordering the payment of money; drawn by one person or bank on another
Translations

foreign bill

n (Fin) → cambiale f pagabile all'estero
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Within half an hour the white canvas had been transformed into a strange menagerie of sketched creatures, from a tentacled caricature of an army captain grasping a foreign bill to a grisly Pac-Man inspired creature flicking a monstrous tongue.
At the same time, the agency assigned an A4 rating to the company's INR10m foreign bill negotiation.
The trust had insisted the three to four-month wait for an NHS hip replacement did not amount to the "undue delay" which would warrant reimbursement of the foreign bill.
3m) packing credit and INR144m foreign bill purchase of Indian shrimps exporter Jagadeesh Marine Exports.
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6 December 2011 - CRISIL today confirmed its A4+ ratings on the INR30m (USD583,000/EUR436,000) foreign bill purchase and INR50m packing credit of Indian agricultural commodities trader Uma Udyog.
involving banks, Greek or foreign Bill of Deposits and Loans Fund or warranty other
2m) foreign bill discounting and INR17m packing credit of Indian egg powder producer Ovobel Foods Ltd.
In addition, the service retained the A2 ratings on the company's INR10m foreign bill discounting and INR30m letter of credit and bank guarantee.
The move affected the INR35m (USD691,000/EUR510,000) foreign bill purchase and INR92.
7 November 2011 -- CRISIL on Friday confirmed its A4 ratings on the INR50m (USD1m/EUR743,000) export packing credit and INR110m foreign bill discounting of Indian finished leather producer Shafeeq Shameel & Co.
In addition, the rater affirmed the A2 ratings on the company's INR23m foreign bill discounting, INR58.

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