The best way to buy assets, production facilities (machinery, equipment, technology, an entire manufacturing plant, mine, turn-key factory, etc.) or to upgrade existing industrial facilities with no money down is to get the suppliers to finance your purchase or acquisitions through a BUYBACK contract. BUYBACK is a form of countertrade for financing the purchase or acquisition of assets, companies, and production facilities using the supplier’s/seller’s money, credit, and resources.
WHAT IS A BUYBACK CONTRACT?
acquire production facilities with no money down.
This is how you can acquire urgently needed production facilities with no money down and without going to any investors, banks, or financial institutions.
CTO PROGRAM CONTENT
- 7 Countertrade blueprints you can implement right away even if you’re starting from scratch — spelled out in step-by-step, point-by-point detail (including examples, done-for-you ‘approach’ proposals, templates of scripts, and letters you can use).
- 10 profitable countertrade deals template (that you can go out and implement right away) to liberate your mind and multiple income streams.
- A foolproof (fill-in-the-blank) template for putting together “no-brainer” countertrade deals that bring in $1M to $10M a month in residual income (you could realistically be doing 3 or 4 of these kinds of deals every single month.)
- You get comprehensive checklists, diagrams, charts, photos, and examples. All these will help you make your countertrade efforts “fail-safe” and extremely profitable.
COUNTERTRADE AND OFFSET BASICS.
D. The role of countertrade and offsets in international trade in the 21st Century.
E. The future of the countertrade and offset industry.
Countertrade is used by firms and Governments of 150+ countries worldwide.
1. The origins of countertrade
2. What is countertrade? Definition, terminology, and cornerstones of the countertrade phenomenon
3. Reasons for countertrade: Why companies engage in countertrade.
4. Benefits of countertrade
5. Government policy reasons for countertrade
6. Developmental reasons for countertrade
7. Economic reasons for countertrade
8. Creating creditworthiness through countertrade.
9. Countries that require countertrade
10. Other participants in and examples of countertrade
11. Countertrade as an emerging opportunity for entrepreneurial firms
- Offsets (Direct and Indirect Offsets).
- Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT).
- Build, transfer and operate (BTO).
- Build, operate, own, and transfer (BOOT).
- Build, operate and own (BOO).
- Build, Lease, and transfer (BLT).
- Build, Lease, and operate (BLO).
- Buy-Operate-Switch-Transfer (BOST).
- Buy-Switch-Transfer (BST).
- Public-private partnership (PPP, 3P, or P3).
- Switch Trading.
- Clearing Agreements.
- Framework Agreements.
- Economic Enhancement.
- Progressive or Proactive Countertrade.
- Positive or Reverse Countertrade.
- Develop for Import Transactions.
- Collection-Through-Export Transactions.
- Debt For Goods.
- Evidence Accounts.
- Blocked Funds.
- Joint Ventures (JVs).
- Buy Back.
- Import Entitlement Programs.
- Compensatory trade finance.
- Government-sponsored exchanges.
- Bilateral trade protocols.
- Debt exchange.
- Debt for equity.
- Debt for export swaps.
- Countertrade in the world economy
- What motivates the international countertrade?
- Functions of Countertrade in International Trade
- Examples of international countertrade
- The growing use of countertrade among developed countries.
- How to fast-track the inflow of foreign direct investments with countertrade
- International countertrade and conventional international trade: differential features
- International countertrade modalities
- Main features of international countertrade operations
- Countertrade: practices in OIC member countries
- U.S. companies that are engaged in countertrade and offsets.
- Technology transfer through countertrade.
- Countertrade integration in the foreign procurement process
- Countertrade management and administration
- Processing and evaluation of countertrade proposals
- Countertrade monitoring and crediting procedures
- Guidelines in the implementation of countertrade for procurement.
1. The origins of offset
2. What is offset? Definition, terminology, and cornerstones of the offset phenomenon
3. The value of offset, offset credits, multipliers, and banking of credits
4. Offset as a component of international trade
5. Countries practicing offset and countertrade
6. Offset practices in different countries
7. General public procurement (non-defense markets) via offset
8. Effects of offset
9. The essence of offset
10. Offset solutions
11. Offset policies
12. Defence Offsets
13. Civil offset
14. Offset management
15. Offset strategy
16. Offset successes
17. Offset risks
18. Offset financial services
19. Offset contract
20. Offset trends: Future view of offset benefits
21. The offset market today and tomorrow
22. Guidelines for the evaluation and approval of offset arrangements
23. A Compendium of defense offset achievements
24. The relationship between the arms trade and defense offsets: Offset as a component of the arms trade.
25. Incentives for fulfilling offset obligations and consequences of failing
26. Procurements role in offset handling
27. Organization and responsibilities during the offset process
28. The cost of offset and how it is calculated
29. Offset as a mechanism for technology transfer and rapid economic development.
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