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    but I don't envisage any complications there

    Hello,

    What does the following bold part mean?

    We will also have to discuss the matter of insurance and shipment, but I don't envisage any complications there.
    extracted from Advanced English for Translation written by Dennis Chamberlin.

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    Re: but I don't envisage any complications there

    It means I don't expect to encounter any difficulties with insurance and shipping.

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    Re: but I don't envisage any complications there

    Insurance and shipment should be straightforward and shouldn't cause any difficulties.

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