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70-365 International Trade and International Law

Department:Business Administration
Prerequisites:73-100 or 73-110
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The course discusses the international legal system and laws that affect international trade. It covers the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, treaties and concessions, shipping and customs, appointment of foreign sales agents, resolution of trade disputes, international mergers and joint ventures, international competition law, UN sales convention, international trade organizations (IMF, WTO, World Bank, etc.) , risk insurance, cultural factors, international E-Commerce and intellectual property.

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  Spring 2005 times

Sec Time Day Instructor Location  
A 6:30 - 9:20 pm R Early BH 235B Add course to my schedule

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