What is tenor days in letter of credit?

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The number of days of business credit the customer has before they need to make payment to the supplier. This starts when they receive the goods and is typically 30, 60, 90, 120 or 180 days. In the extreme, it may be longer - typically for large capital sales (i.e. specialist mining equipment).
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