Basics of International Trade Law

International Trade Law include conventions, model laws, and rules which are acceptable worldwide. A convention is a binding instrument under international law for States and other treaty-making entities that choose to become parties to it. In the case of treaties, a State which signs a treaty does not automatically become a party to it. For it to be bound in accordance with international law, it must carry out another act such as ratification or accession, and the treaty has entered into force. Then a State also has to enact a national legislation so that the provisions of the Treaty may be applied in its territory.

  1. International Commercial Arbitration and Conciliation
  2. International Sale of Goods (CISG) and Related Transactions
  3. Security Interests
  4. Insolvency
  5. International Payments mechanism
  6. International Transport of Goods
  7. Electronic Commerce
  8. Procurement and Infrastructure Development
  9. Online Dispute Resolution

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