International Business Transactions in a Nutshell
West Publishing, 1996 - Commercial law - 424 pages
International Business Context: From Brockton and Burbank to Bangkok and Beijing; Negotiating International Business Transactions; International Trading of Goods; Financing the International Trading of Goods; Money and International Business Transactions; Technology Transfers; International Business Transactions in Market Economy Nations; International Business Transactions in Non-Market anti Transition Economy Nations; Dispute Settlement; Litigation and Arbitration; Immunity of States in Commercial Transactions; Act of State Doctrine in Commercial Transactions.
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Introduction From Brockton and Bur
Chapter One Negotiating International
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