International Business Law: Text, Cases, and Readings

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Prentice Hall, 1997 - Commercial law - 738 pages
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For use on courses in international business law, this work emphasises the practical applications and theory. Cases and readings supplement the text.

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Old-fashioned, self-hating Jewish humor packaged as not-terrible poems. The poems aren't bad! The jokes are bad. Read full review

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This small book of verse primarily consists of monologues (roughly sonnet-sized) spoken by a Jewish mother--presumably a mother who sounds a lot like Sirowitz's. (A photograph of the poet as baby ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW
4
OF THE LIBYAN ARAB REPUBLIC
50
RESPONSIBILITIES OF STATES FOR THE TREATMENT OF ALIENS AND FOREIGN BUSINESSES
55
Copyright

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August is Professor of Business Law, College of Business and Economics, Washington State University.

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