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letter of creditnoun [C]

uk   us   plural letters of credit abbreviation L/C
FINANCE, COMMERCE a financial document in which a bank formally promises to pay a particular amount of money into the bank of a person selling goods if the goods are delivered by an agreed date and in an acceptable condition. Buyers often use letters of credit to buy goods from other countries: The bank issued the letter of credit on the instructions of the importer. For export sales, the price of the goods are secured by a letter of credit.
FINANCE in a situation in which bonds, etc. are sold, a written promise by a bank to pay the lender if the borrower is unable to do so: The notes are secured by bank letters of credit.
(Definition of letter of credit from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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