Understanding International Business and Financial Transactions

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LexisNexis, May 3, 2010 - Law - 394 pages
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This concise, readable Understanding treatise provides an overview of International Business and Financial Transactions. Based on the author's many years of legal experience, teaching, and studying in countries throughout the world, it provides both law students and practitioners with a practical summary of relevant topics. This new Third Edition also covers a wide range of topics relating to money, currency and finance in International Trade, The Rules of International Trade, United States Trade Laws, international sales, operating in foreign markets and taxation of international transactions. Understanding International Business and Financial Transactions also addresses recent developments in international business and finance particularly since the global financial crisis reached its full force in 2008. About the Author
Professor Friedland specializes in the areas of international business and taxation, and he is a well-known expert on partnerships, limited liability companies, and international joint ventures. He has served as director of DePaul's Graduate Tax Law Program, worked for the chief counsel of the Internal Revenue Service, and practiced law in Denver.
 

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Contents

MONEY CURRENCY AND FINANCE IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE
e Clearing House Interbank Payment System CHIPS
THE RULES OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE
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