An examination of the role of international and comparative law, including the laws governing multinational enterprises; foreign investment; money and banking; and sales of goods, services, labor, intellectual property, transportation, financing, taxation, and dispute settlement. Reviews the most important international organizations, from the Bank of International Settlements to the World Trade Organization.
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