ICC issues supplement to the Commentary on eUCP Version 2.0 and eURC Version 1.0.


The eUCP 2.0 and eURC 1.0 came into force on 1 July 2019, and an article-by-article analysis has been made available. Pursuant to feedback received at the October 2019 Banking Commission meeting in Paris, further handling guidance is also provided in respect of the utilisation of the eRules.

Here is the document Supplement to eUCP and eURC article analysis

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