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The knowledge that circulates through the streets (3)

The knowledge that circulates through the streets (3)*

The act of trading led to a need among the participants in a negotiation, the need to communicate, regardless of the language of each. An understandable communication by both the parts of the business. Communication needs so that there were flaws in the understanding of the parties in a negotiation. And so avoid future conflicts and constraints.

We know by the study of history travel browsers and famous merchants people. People sailing the Nile River and the Mediterranean Sea. People crossing countries and continents for goods and spices. The great voyages began due to a hindered trade to be carried out by land routes. In order to reach the Indies for spices, Portuguese and Spanish conquered other lands. Created new markets and new goods. The seas were taken by carriers, merchants, pirates and privateers.

The international trade opened ports in several countries for many other countries, promoting exchange of goods and increasing foreign exchange. Historical dates are remembered, on the dates that certain countries open their ports to friendly nations. With the movements of incoming and outgoing ships in ports, navigation criteria were created. Rules and criteria boarding and disembarkation, preferences and priorities.
Landmarks and centers were established; meridians and latitudes.

The movement of ports and ships created rules and regulations. International trade has created broad understanding of acronyms like: FOB (Free On Board), or FAS (Free Along Side). Acronyms featuring an agreement, and a compromise between buyers and sellers, exporters and importers, and involving carriers. A commitment of payment and responsibility with the goods, within a vessel (FOB), or at the port with the ship's side (FAS). Other acronyms are part of international trade, for those involved in the negotiation, even far apart do not have doubt about the purchase or sale; or hiring a freight, or service to move or protect the load.

As the man goes globalizing, a new language is being formed. An understandable language anywhere in the world. No pre-set criteria or criteria coming meetings and conventions. And this language is being formed in need. Not only in buying and selling relationships are created and use acronyms, but the passenger journeys are also created rules for loading and unloading, scales, connection or transshipment. Abbreviations in ports and airports.

Traveling on a ship is to embark and disembark at a port. And another code is created, so there is no doubt in departures and arrivals, and ticketing tickets, luggage issue or shipment of goods.

In coastal shipping, the coast of South America can name a few ports: Montevideo / Uruguay (MVD), Rio Grande / RS (RIG), Paranaguá / PR (PNG), Santos / SP (SSZ), Rio de Janeiro / RJ (RIO), Vitória / ES (VIX), Salvador / BA (SSA), Recife / PE (REC), Natal / RN (NAT), Fortaleza / CE (FTZ), Belém / PA (BEL) and Manaus / AM ( MAO). All ports are internationally recognized by a three letter code. Knowledge that arrives and takes the streets as a common language to all.

Communications in chat rooms on the Internet are reduced and simplified words used with the recognition of both parties. The act of communication begins with the simplest ties. The use of acronyms recognized and used in certain knowledge, makes the most accurate communication.

Roberto Cardoso
Entre Natal/RN (NAT) e Parnamirim/RN – 20/02/15

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