European Union Law for International Business: An Introduction by Bernard BishopEuropean Union Law for International Business: An Introduction by Bernard Bishop

European Union Law for International Business: An Introduction

byBernard Bishop

Paperback | September 7, 2009

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Written specifically for exporters and those without legal training, this book is an introduction to the business laws of the European Union that need to be understood by those operating outside the EU. It is a practical guide to the regulatory and procedural issues that exporters and businesses need to be aware of. While providing an overview of how the EU operates as a governing body, the book addresses the key matters that exporters will face during their business transactions. Topics covered include: • Direct export transactions to the EU • Exporting via an agent or distributor • Customs laws and procedures • Resolving international business disputes • How to establish a permanent business presence within the EU The book uses case studies to illustrate how these transaction types can be applied to real world business dealings. This book is an essential resource for anyone involved in international business with customers in the European Union.
Title:European Union Law for International Business: An IntroductionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:262 pages, 8.98 × 5.98 × 0.59 inPublished:September 7, 2009Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521881447

ISBN - 13:9780521881449


Table of Contents

1. European Union institutions and law making; 2. Contracts for the sale of goods to an EU buyer; 3. Transport of goods to an EU buyer; 4. Customs law and procedure within the EU; 5. Payment and risk minimization in sales of goods to EU buyers; 6. Sales to the EU utilizing the services of an EU representative; 7. Entering the EU market via franchising arrangements; 8. Establishing a permanent presence in the EU; 9. Dispute resolution in international business transactions with an EU firm.