Dictionary of International Business Law.
Dictionary of International Business Law
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The Dictionary of International Business Law will make an excellent addition to any library strong in global business communications: it is designed to help operating managers handle business and legal communications across cultures, covering everything from differing revenue collection customs to examples of credit scoring Credit scoring
A statistical technique that combines several financial characteristics to form a single score to represent a customer's creditworthiness. systems, liability issues, and more. While it uses a concise dictionary format, its international examples offer exceptional keys to understanding differences in international business law phrasing, making it a pick for both college-level legal and business collections.