Delivered Duty Paid

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Delivered Duty Paid (DDP)

Seller must supply the goods at his or her own risk and expense to a named place in the country of importation. The seller is responsible for importation, payment of duty, and on carriage to the location agreed upon with the buyer.

Delivered Duty Paid

In international commerce, an agreement between a buyer and a seller stating that the seller is responsible for paying for shipping and all transportation risk up to some agreed-upon delivery point. Of all incoterms, DDP gives the most responsibility to the seller and the least risk to the buyer. It is also called free domicile.
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Deliveries are made free domicile to specifically designated institutions (eg.
includes customs clearance and returns notification, and both free domicile and non-free domicile are available.