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yes your export contract is also what you already have in your letter of credit but its the export contract that youve drafted from your company to the importer thats going to guide what is actually going to be inside your letter of credit so my advice is whatever transaction you are doing always make sure you have an expert contract that you sent to the person either in local supply or for exports always make sure you have a concrete a solid contract that you sent out to the person so alongside the lpo that you a a company is going to give you that okay supply of soybeans 1 000 tons supply of cashew nuts 500 tons supplies seasoning seed or millet or high viscose whatever the the commodity might be you make sure that you give them a separate export contract because some agreements are not uh even though they are binding they are not bankable so when they are not bankable you have to there has to be something like an extra insurance something that will give at least some level of gu