Subject. State regulation introduces additional uncertainty to the foreign trade sphere and expands the range of risks that accompany international contracts. Events causing the violation of currency legislation in terms of the volume and date of export revenue transfer to authorized banks' accounts are totally unacceptable for exporters. Objectives. The purpose of the study is to identify triggers of violation of statutory regulations on repatriation of currency revenues from exports, analyze possible measures preventing or minimizing the damage caused by exporter risk realization associated with the said events. Methods. The study rests on works addressing the analysis of foreign trade under currency regulation of export operations. We also employ the systems approach, generalization method, logical analysis, and elements of the management theory. Results. The paper unveils the nature and mechanism of relationship between interrelated risks associated with violation of currency legislation in export transactions on payment-after-delivery terms, defines forms of commodity and financial flow distortion, reveals factors causing inadequate coordination of counter flows of benefits. We analyze variants of financial flow response to commodity flow distortion and offer measures to manage interrelated risks. Conclusions. Interrelated risk management requires additional organizational arrangements from exporters. In some cases, it is advisable to reconsider traditional insights in the choice of delivery terms.
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