Conference on Transnational Economic Boycotts and Coercion, Volume 1
Roy M. Mersky
Oceana Publications, 1978 - Arab countries - 829 pages
This two-volume set consists of twenty-two papers presented at a conference held jointly by the American Society of International Law and the University of Texas School of Law to explore the legal ramifications of the economic boycott of Israel.
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Economic Aspects of Trade in the Middle East
The International Trade Implications of the Oil Cartel
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94th Cong accompanying text action activities agreement amendment American firms antitrust laws apply Arab boycott Arab countries Arab League Bank Bechtel Bechtel Corporation Bingham Hearings blacklisted boycott-related cartel cert Charter civil rights companies compliance comply conduct Congress Corp corporate courts Cuba defense Department disclosure doctrine domestic economic coercion effect embargo enforcement executive Export Administration Act Federal foreign sovereign govemment governmental Havana Charter infra intemational international law Israeli issue Jewish judicial jurisdiction Justice Law Review Vol legislation note 48 OPEC political practices primary boycott principle prohibited provides refusal to deal regulations relations reporting restrictive Rights Law rules Saudi Arabia secondary boycott Secretary of Commerce Senate Sherman Act sovereign immunity Stevenson Hearings Supp supra & accompanying supra note supra note 22 Texas Law Review text accompanying notes tion trade transactions transfer pricing U.S. firms United violation Zionist