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    Smile cause charges

    Hi!!
    Could you, please, explain me what does the phrase cause charges mean in the following sentence:

    The only possibility is that we issue for each delivery such a document with the stamp of the chamber of commerce but this will cause charges each time.
    Thanks in advance!! Ksu


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    Re: cause charges

    This new document they will issue with each delivery will mean extra work for somebody, so there is a charge to cover the cost of this.
    Actually, the phrase is, 'will incur a charge'.

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