International Business Law: Text, Cases, and Readings

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Prentice Hall, 2004 - Business & Economics - 806 pages
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Emphasizing practical application and theory of international business law, this book shows how firms doing business between the more than 185 countries of the world are governed and regulated. This book provides full coverage of all the main topics dealing with international business law including foreign investment, financing, banking, environmental regulation, multinational enterprises, sales, service, labor, transportation, intellectual property, and taxation. For practicing international lawyers book who need a complete, easy-to-use, and up-to-date reference.

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Contents

Introduction to Internationa and Comparative Law
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Introduction to International and Comparative
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F The Rights of Individuals Under International Law
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