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How the international and U.S. domestic legal systems relate to structuring international business transactions. The course begins with an overview of the roles of lawyers, multinational enterprises, national courts, arbitrators, and international organizations, e.g., GATT and the IMF, in facilitating capital movement. The course then moves to a series of transactional problems in foreign investment, including distributorships and licensing technology, establishment of foreign operations, organization of joint ventures, negotiation of development agreements, and loans to foreign sovereigns.
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