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The problems of using telematic systems (which are computer systems linked to telecommunication networks) to transact international trade are supposedly legion. While electronic data interchange (EDI) and electronic funds transfers (EFT) are set for an exponential growth in market worth, the perception is that the law will impede this growth. This book sets out to demolish the arguments supporting such a perception and it does so from the standpoint of English law. It should prove to be a valuable resource to the researcher, the practitioner and the manager seeking to understand more about EDI and EFT.