Inward Foreign Manifest (IFM)

Definition of "Inward Foreign Manifest (IFM)"
  1. A comprehensive record of all goods entering the destination country, necessary at all global ports, primarily for assessing duty in the receiving country
How to use "Inward Foreign Manifest (IFM)" in a sentence
  1. The Inward Foreign Manifest describes all items being transported into the country.
  2. Customs personnel use the Inward Foreign Manifest to compute the duty for incoming cargo.
  3. Errors in the Inward Foreign Manifest could lead to problems with cargo control and duty assessment.

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