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The highly technical problems of the law and practice of international finance have, in the past, been largely ignored in legal texts. Yet these matters, concerned as they are with transactions of enourmous value, are taking place ever more frequently in the business and government community as the world's economy evolves.
Law and Practice of International Finance is comprehensive in its approach to the mechanics of international finance. It discusses, in the context of international and comparative law, term loan agreements, syndications, bond issues, project finance, aspects of country risk and other topics of crucial importance to those involved in finance at the international level.
There is a special chapter on ship finance covering the leading aritime jurisdictions. A useful index outlines a project eurocurrency term loan agreement.