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Basic Documents on International Trade Law 4th ed

Edited by: Chia Jui Cheng

ISBN13: 9789041125279
Previous Edition ISBN: 9041107258
Published: May 2012
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £156.00



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Anyone involved in trade law knows the time-consuming nature of obtaining primary source material and consulting each of the main trade laws.

Now in its fourth edition, Basic Documents in International Trade Law solves this problem by assembling, in a single, easy-to-use resource, a very comprehensive collection of the most important and frequently used documents on the law of international trade. In addition to its obvious practical value, this work reveals much about the process of harmonization in international trade law and the operation of the key international trade bodies.

This makes the book a helpful reference for international business lawyers, researchers, legislators and government officials in the field. Since the successful publication of the previous editions of the book, the appearance of new conventions and model laws has considerably enriched the law of international trade, and the present edition contains a wealth of new material.

As the late Prof. Clive M. Schmitthoff commented on the first edition, the book ‘is not only of practical usefulness but has also considerable jurisprudential value’, and ‘reveals the methodology of the harmonization process in the area of international trade law’. The International Business Lawyer first commented in 1987 that the book ‘can only be described as a “vade mecum” for every international business lawyer’, an assessment that now seems more merited than ever.