Shipper's Export Declaration


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Shipper's Export Declaration (SED)

Document required by the U.S. Department of Commerce for exports of certain controlled items, and/or shipments to certain countries, and/or shipments anywhere that exceed certain dollar amounts. This document is used to monitor shipments of controlled goods.

Shipper's Export Declaration

A form that an exporter or a shipping company must file with the U.S. Department of Commerce if the value of the commodity one is exporting exceeds a certain value. In 2000, this value was $2,500. The form is administered by the U.S. Census Bureau. See also: International trade.
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