Comparative Law Yearbook
The Yearbook reviews significant legal developments in international commerce and offers an important forum for legal practitioners to address and compare practical legal issues of direct interest to their areas of specialisation. Each volume of the Yearbook features a comprehensive range of articles written for and by leading practitioner's and advisers working within the international business sector.
This eighteenth volume of the Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business contains chapters on the law relating to banking, competition, dispute settlement, foreign investment and secured transactions, as well as general commercial issues facing international businesses. A large section is devoted to the various laws and regulations governing investment and the operating of companies in foreign countries, which should be of great interest to anyone involved with the business of multi-jurisdictional organizations. Also, banking regulations and the need to obtain security over transactions are important considerations when operating abroad.
Other important issues covered in the general section of this volume are those of product safety, restraint of trade, clauses in employment contracts and the remedies available to foreign sellers of goods.
All the above topics contribute to making this volume of the Yearbook a valuable tool for international legal practitioners and their clients.
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The New Brazilian Antitrust Law
Iranian Practice in International Commercial Arbitration
The Validity of Customary Law Arbitration in Nigeria
Binational Panels in MexicoUnited States Relations
Bond Issues and Private Placements by Foreign Issuers
Basic Law of Hong Kong and Business Investors After 1997
Investment Laws and Regulations in Taiwan
Securing Indebtedness in the Republic of South Africa
United Kingdom General Product Safety Regulations 1994
Enforcement of Restraint of Trade Clauses in Contracts
Remedies for Foreign Sellers of Goods in Luxembourg
Foreign Investment in Peru