Conducting Transatlantic Business: Basic Legal Distinctions in the US and Europe
by August G. Minke
Publisher: BookBoon 2012
Number of pages: 59
The perception of Europeans and Americans about each other's laws is often wrong, yet people are so convinced that they have heard it right, that smaller and even medium sized businesses make important decisions based on wrong assumptions.
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