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International Business Law Concerning Domestic and an International Trade

Dawood Ahmad1 and Gideon F. B. Solre2
  • 1 Department of Law, Nanjing Normal University, China
  • 2 Organization of African Academic Doctors (OAAD), Off Kamiti Road P.O. Box 25305-00100, Nairobi, Kenya

Abstract

Law is the core discipline of society as well as playing a vital role in any organization which is working and exists in the World. International law and trade are the backbones of global organizations. In this present discussion, secondary data was used. Data were obtained from secondary sources, especially from the law discipline research article, and from authentic and reliable sources. In the research article, the law oriented international organizations were the main targeted respondents. The importance of the law is because there are many motivations behind why countries and individuals decide to exchange and carry on with work globally instead of confining themselves in an undertaking to secure homegrown industry. Motivations to exchange incorporate the need to acquire normal assets, items, or administrations, in any case, inaccessible locally; the craving to get similar items more inexpensively than the expense of locally delivered merchandise; the longing to accomplish a monetary advantage by sending out homegrown regular assets, items or administrations which pay for the expense of imports; the longing to assist less beneficial countries with accomplishing advancement; and the need to keep up with military or political partnerships with exchanging countries. The present study gives an outline of international exchanges and business law and the various homegrown and global associations engaged with the guideline of worldwide exchange. It likewise suggests a synopsis of the modalities of the development of an arrangement for the global exchanging of a decent, involving the advantages and entanglements of undertaking worldwide deals.

American Journal of Applied Sciences
Volume 20 No. 1, 2023, 1-16

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3844/ajassp.2023.1.16

Submitted On: 18 March 2022 Published On: 2 February 2023

How to Cite: Ahmad, D. & Solre, G. F. B. (2023). International Business Law Concerning Domestic and an International Trade. American Journal of Applied Sciences, 20(1), 1-16. https://doi.org/10.3844/ajassp.2023.1.16

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Keywords

  • Law
  • Trade Agreement
  • Commercial
  • Protectionism
  • Licensing
  • Foreign Investment
  • Joint Venture
  • Privatization