Transnational commercial law: the way forward
Gopalan, Sandeep (2003) Transnational commercial law: the way forward. American University International Law Review, 18 (4). pp. 117-168. ISSN 1520-460X
This Article seeks to examine the impelling need for the creation of international rules to govern international commerce, the motivations thereof, and international experience in that regard. No nation is immune from the need to craft solutions of an international nature to govern its interactions with others. This need extends across the spectrum from systems as evolved as the United States to those of some African nations. Distrust can only be overcome in the presence of rules that are formulated by the international community. The following pages examine these issues in the context of two international instruments: the United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods ("CISG") and the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment ("CIIME").
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