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简述国际贸易术语的作用。

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贸易术语在国际贸易中起着积极的作用,主要表现在下列几个方面:

(1) 贸易术语具有国际惯例的性质(2) 简化了交易洽商的内容、缩短了交易时间,节省了交易费用。

(3) 明确了交易双方各自的权利、责任与义务

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