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German-Dutch contracts (DNV)


The German-Dutch contracts (DNV) were drawn up in 1904 in cooperation with Russian, German and Dutch grain traders. However, they are not only used for trade between Germany and Holland, but also otherwise in international business, especially in trade with Eastern Europe.


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