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The following changes have to be read in conjunction with the original English edition of the ISBP, first published by the ICC in January 2003.
In October 2002, the ICC Banking Commission approved a document entitled “International Standard Banking Practice for the Examination of Documents under Documentary Credits (ISBP)”. In June 2003, several refinements to the text were issued in the form of a "corrigenda". Note that only one of these changes (concerning paragraph 187) was a substantive change. The other changes were minor and mechanical and have no impact on the substance.
|Code ISBN :||Free0010|
|Number of pages :||2|
|Publishing date :||2003-06-02|
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Publication