In considering the structural aspects of multinational corporate trade relationships with the nonmarket economies of Eastern Europe, it is important, as a preliminary matter, to acknowledge certain intractable features of that trade. Only through a continuing awareness of the interplay of these factors can one hope to understand the role of law or regulation in trade with these states.
John G. Scriven,
Structural Aspects of Multinational Corporate Trade with the Nonmarket Economies of Eastern Europe: An MNC Perspective on Domestic and Foreign Regulation,
Mich. J. Int'l L.
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