trade within one country commercial activity that is carried out within a specific country.
Recognizing the need for guidance on these issues, in 2002, a number of central banks and national monetary authorities of Islamic countries inaugurated the Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) in Malaysia as an international standard-setting body
By Andreas Jobst
Ad hoc arbitration is an arbitration that is specifically designed by the parties for a particular dispute. Here there are predetermined rules for the arbitrators to rely on when conducting the proceedings (although sometimes the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL
By Stavros Brekoulakis
The world in which we live and work today has the most complex, diverse, and challenging demographics ever known to man. Not only have we developed an appetite for travel, trade, and communication across all boundaries, but the technological advancement, awareness of the dimensions of security, and the conflicts arising from political direction and change represent a demanding challenge for everyone
By Robin Pritchard
In many cases, such correlation has been increasing in recent decades. This apparent integration has been rationalized by increasing globalization, intensified international capital flows and investments, faster information transfer, harmonization of international regulations, increasing trade and market
By Boulis Ibrahim, Janusz Brzeszczynski
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