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== Definition ==
 
== Definition ==
'''Full Set'''. They are all the signed originals of a document. For example,bills of lading are often issued in three originals, all having the same validity for claiming products at the place of delivery.
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'''Full Set'''. They are all the signed originals of a document. For example, bills of lading are often issued in three originals, all having the same validity for claiming products at the place of delivery.
  
 
[[Category:Supply Chain Finance]]
 
[[Category:Supply Chain Finance]]

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Full Set. They are all the signed originals of a document. For example, bills of lading are often issued in three originals, all having the same validity for claiming products at the place of delivery.

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