International Trade Law introduces principles, ideals, goals and norms in the context of trade-investment induced economic growth, the new WTO multilateral trading order and their interrelations with the international monetary/financial system. The existing legal framework for trade and finance is critiqued from the perspective of its operation, adequacy and effectiveness in fostering global free trade for the benefit of all. International Trade Law is divided into parts dealing with: Introductory Materials. Institutional Aspects. Regional Free Trade Arrangements. Controversial Issues. Structural Aspects. International Sale and Carriage of Goods. Financing International Trade. Dispute Resolutions. New Horizons of International Trade. Conclusion: a critical performance report. Appendices: full text of agreements. International Trade Law is supported by diagrams, a selected bibliography, tables and an extensive subject index. Nearly every section of the book contains an Australian segment, explaining its position, role and interest as a middle-sized international trading player.
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