Legal Aspects of Transnational Marketing & Sales Contracts

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Charles Chatterjee
Taylor & Francis, Mar 30, 1996 - Law - 141 pages
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The primary objective of the book is to introduce the reader to techniques of negotiating transnational marketing and sales contracts bearing in mind the most important regulatory measures relevant to transnational marketing and sale of goods. Since a transnational approach is adopted, the contents of the book are applicable to any jurisdiction. The work deals with certain issues which have assumed particular importance in contract negotiation - for example, equality of parties, full disclosure of quality and standards of goods, product liability, restrictions as to advertising products and so on as well as discussing the variety of payment methods that have been developed in view of the changing context of international businesses.

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