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In addition to working capital financing, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that are involved in domestic and international trade may also apply for related financing from financial institutions. Some of the common trade financing facilities provided include:
Things I Should Know

Documents required for loan application

Loan application process

Your rights and responsibilities as a borrower

Rehabilitaton fund for small businesses

Government programmes for SMEs
What Else Can I Do?

Download the booklet on SME - financing products for your business

Prepare a business plan for my loan application
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For import or local purchases of goods, materials or equipment
A written undertaking by a financial institution to pay a seller a given amount of money subject to the following conditions:
On presentation of specified documents as set out in the terms and conditions of the LC
Within a specified time limit
At a specified place
Assures payment is made to the beneficiary
Able to obtain a lower purchase price of the goods and longer payment terms
Documents presented will be examined by trade financing specialists

Less communication with the foreign seller as the whole transaction will be routed and handled by the financial institution
For more information on trade financing or other financing products for asset acquisition,working capital and trade services , please download our booklet on SME - Financing Products For Your Business.