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international trade law: an overview

International trade law is the mixture of domestic or national law and public international law that applies to transactions for goods or services that cross national boundaries. Certain multilateral treaties play an important roles in this field -- notably the Convention for the International Sales of Goods and several dealing with dispute resolution and the enforcement of resulting adjudications.


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Federal Material

    U.S. Constitution

    International Material

      Conventions and Treaties

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      Key Internet Sources

    Useful Offnet (or Subscription - $) Sources

    • Good Starting Point in Print: Folsom, Gordon and Spanogle's International Business Transactions in a Nutshell West Group (5th ed. 19961).
    • LII Disk Materials

    Other Topics of International, Transnational, or Comparative Law


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