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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