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Shippers export declaration (SED) The term 'Shippers export declaration (SED) ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' A form required by the government for the compilation of official export statistics and for export control purposes. It is necessary on practically every commercial shipment leaving the United States with the exception of mail shipments of small value. The export declaration form is 7525, and form 7513 is used for in-transit merchandise'.
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