What are the risks of DDU in international trade? (What are the risks of non-dutiable delivery?)

In the trade term, DDU is Delivered Duty Unpaid, which is often used in international import and export trade. It means "delivered duty unpaid", that is, the seller sends the goods directly to the domestic address designated by the import buyer. At the same time, it is necessary to contract the full cost and risk of shipping the product to the designated address (except for other customer fees, import duties and taxes that should be paid when importing).


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