International business law: text, cases, and readings

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - Business & Economics - 781 pages
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This book emphasizes the practical application and theory of international business law with supplementary cases and readings. Multinational and multicultural in perspective, this book includes cases and opinions from more than 25 different countries and examines international organizations and treaties that have an impact on business. Responsibilities of States for the Treatment of Aliens and Foreign Businesses. Dispute Settlement. The Multinational Enterprise. Foreign Investment. Money and Banking. Trade in Goods. Services and Labor. Intellectual Property. Sales. Transportation. Financing. Taxation. For anyone who is interested in Congress and state legislatures.

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Studied about the CISG (United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods) and I started with this book :) Read full review

Contents

Introduction to International and Comparative
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the Libyan Arab Republic
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State Responsibility and Environmental Regulation
61
Copyright

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August is Professor of Business Law, College of Business and Economics, Washington State University.