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In what way might banks be involved in the carriage of goods by sea?

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Banks are commonly asked by buyers to make credit available to sellers, with shipping documents (e. g. bills of lading) as security, so that sellers can be paid as soon as goods are shipped on board. Without the banks' involvement, sellers might have to wait until goods reach their consignees before being paid.

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