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Export pricing condition types

Hi Gurus,

Can any body tell me what are the condition types uses in export pricing procedure.

Thanks in advance

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    Former Member
    Jan 04, 2008 at 06:27 AM

    hi,

    they can be the same as in ur normal procedure. nothing specific abt exports.

    saurabh

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    Jan 04, 2008 at 06:28 AM

    There is no seperate pricinf for exports however if you are doing foreign trade you will have to have a pricing procedure for the sales area you have defined and all the elements you need...

    May be there is no excise however you might want to add some other condition but it will be normal pricing procedure..

    As far as i can think of..

    Hope this helps

    Regards

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    Jan 04, 2008 at 06:38 AM

    basically it depends on the business scenario.....

    one thing u can do is go to the pricing procedure, then select a pricing procedure and double click on control data.

    now in the condition types check the possible entries, u can get a list of standard sap condition types that can be maintained as per business scenario.

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    Jan 04, 2008 at 07:24 AM

    The following are the Condition Types used in Export Pricing Procedure for our company.

    ZUXB Export Basic Price (Access Sequence ZUXB)

    ZUXD Export Spl.Discount (Access Sequence ZUXB)

    ZUXF Export Freight (Access Sequence ZUXB)

    ZUXI Export Mar.Insurance (Access Sequence ZUXB)

    ZUXP Export Port Duty (Access Sequence ZUXB)

    Regards.

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    Former Member
    Jan 04, 2008 at 12:58 PM

    hi

    the flow for pricing is same in domestic and export mostly.

    Its better to have seperate pricing procedure for export.

    In case of export you have to specifically check with CIF or other inco term related conditions such as sea freight , air freight, inland transport, insurance, LD discount etc.

    these are depending upon agreed delivery realted charges.

    other components like basic price sales discounts , commissions will remain same.

    and conditions applicable locally like CST,VAT, and other taxes are not applicable.

    excise,education cess and higher ecess etc depend upon the way goods are exported whether under rebate, on payment of duty or exempted .

    regards

    mandar

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