Delivered Duty Unpaid

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Delivered Duty Unpaid ‎(uncountable) (abbreviated DDU)

  1. (incoterm) Meaning the seller delivers the goods to the named destination, and pays for all transportation expect for the unloading, duty and the further transportation to a named place in the country of import, which is the responsibility of the buyer.

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