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English definition of “delivered duty unpaid”

delivered duty unpaid

adjective, adverb
 
 
( abbreviation DDU)
COMMERCE in international trade, an incoterm stating that the person or company that is selling goods is responsible for transporting them to a particular place in the buyer's country, but, after that, the buyer is responsible for paying any charges, insurance, or import duties
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