Global Commercial Law between Unity, Pluralism, and Competition: The Case of the CISG
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KeywordsTransnational law market‚paradigms of global law; international sales law; the CISG; international trade; cross-border contracts; transnational law; international uniform law; harmonization of law; regulatory competition; legal pluralism.;
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