Red Clause (Letter of Credit)

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The letter of credit contains a special clause allowing an unsecured advance to the seller from a specific bank to finance the manufacturing or purchase of goods listed in the letter of credit. The reason for the name Red Clause is because red ink was used to draw attention to this clause.

See letter of credit.

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