International Business Law focuses on the rules that govern the relationship between traders from two or more countries.
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In recent years, it has become much easier for traders to enter into agreements across borders. It is easy to market one’s product, negotiate, and conclude agreements in other countries without having to meet in person. Furthermore, transport and delivery no longer necessarily need to be
complicated or costly.
International Business Law examins:
International sources of law and international dispute resolution
Private international law
International conclusion of contracts and sales
Sales and delivery
Intellectual property rights
International marketing and advertising
EU competition rules and the EU Services Directive
Methods of distribution
Securing the purchase price
Employment Law Issues
The target audience of the book are students on the PBA programmes, espeicially the PBA in international sales and marketing management, but it will also be of interest to others.