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cash on delivery


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cash on delivery

cash on delivery

cash on delivery

cash on delivery

cash on delivery

Vienna Cash on Delivery Convention, signed 4 July 1891

Postal Cash-on-Delivery Agreement between Denmark and Norway, signed at Copenhagen, 2 November 1905

Postal Cash-on-Delivery Agreement between Denmark and Sweden, signed at Copenhagen, 2 November 1905

Learning effect of a conditional cash transfer programme on poor rural women’s selection of delivery care in Mexico

Cash on Delivery Parcel Post Agreement between France and Russia, signed at St. Petersburg/Paris, 27 April/28 May 1914

HOGARTH, Alfred Moore (1876 - 1947), Entomologist and Bacteriologist; Professor, Institute of Micro-Biology (Inc.); Founder and Governor of College of Pestology; Founded, with Earl of Denbigh, Imperial Cash on Delivery Association

Arrangement respecting cash on delivery between Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Egypt, France, Italy, Liberia, Luxemburg, Portugal, Roumania and Switzerland, with Regulations, signed at Lisbon, 21 March 1885

Agreement relative to Cash on Delivery between Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Brazil, Central America, Chile, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Italy, Luxemburg, Netherlands and Netherlands Indies, Norway, Portugal and Colonies, Roumania, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunis and Turkey, signed at Washington, 15 June 1897

Agreement respecting Cash on Delivery between Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Chile, Crete, Denmark, Egypt, France and Algeria, Germany and Protectorates, Greece, Italy, and Colonies, Luxemburg, the Netherlands and Colonies, Norway, Portugal and Colonies, Roumania, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunis and Turkey, signed at Rome, 26 May 1906

 

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(COD)

Terms of trade in which a supplier will post goods to a customer, provided the customer pays the postman or delivery man the full invoice amount when they are delivered. It was extensively used in mail order (see mail-order house), but the use of telephone and Internet ordering using credit cards has reduced the amount of COD business.

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