TRANSFERABLE LETTER OF CREDIT
Irrevocable letter of credit allowing the beneficiary to assign part or all of the credit available to another party. The primary beneficiary accepts the credit from the bank, then the issuing bank can only transfer this credit upon the primary beneficiary’s approval.
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