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The internationalization of business has called for the harmonization of rules in many areas of law. Though successful in some cases, for example, international sale of goods, bills of exchange, and factoring, some, such as insolvency, attempts have not been met with success.
Although eventual harmonization of rules on an international basis is desirable, knowledge of the legislation in individual countries is important. The information in this volume is designed to be of use to the comparative lawyer, and the text also aims to provide insight into the questions that are frequently asked by investors regarding the consequences of business dealings with trade partners in other jurisdictions.