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Volume 5, Issue 4 - Published as University of Pennsylvania Journal of Comparative Business and Capital Market Law

Interface IV: East-West Countertrade Conference (PDF)

 

327

Interface IV: Countertrade in economic relations between East and West - An introduction (PDF)

Andreas F. Lowenfeld

329

Countertrade requirements in East-West transactions (PDF)

Ian G. Park

335

Statement: In defense of countertrade (PDF)

Stanislaw J. Soltysinski

341

Advantages and disadvantages of countertrade (PDF)

Jacques de Miramon

347

Statement (PDF)

Aldo Romoli

353

The implications of countertrade under the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (PDF)

R. Michael Gadbaw

355

Statement (PDF)

Jacques de Miramon

367

Statement (PDF)

John Maslen

371

Statement (PDF)

Ulrich Mohrmann

373

Countertrade and trade law (PDF)

Stewart A. Baker & Richard 0. Cunningham

375

Statement (PDF)

William Reinsch

395

Statement (PDF)

Tomasz Jodko

399

Second statement (PDF)

Ulrich Mohrmann

401

Statement (PDF)

Louis B. Schwartz

403

Statement (PDF)

David Schneider

405

Statement (PDF)

Philip S. Beckerman

407

Statement (PDF)

Irving B. Kravis

409

United States antitrust aspects of East-West countertrade (PDF)

Joseph P. Griffin

413

Statement (PDF)

Jeffrey M. Lang

423

Insuring U.S. participants’ interests in countertrade (PDF)

Peter D. Ehrenhaft

425

Participants (PDF)

 

439

 

Volume 5, Issue 3 - Published as University of Pennsylvania Journal of Comparative Business and Capital Market Law

Current problems in transnational banking: A report on the K6nigstein Banking Symposium (PDF)

Friedrich K. KObler & Robert H. Mundheim

233

Major statutory amendments in Japan in 1981 (PDF)

Katsuro Kanzaki & Misao Tatsuta

249

Walking the tightrope: The comprehensive liabilities of securities professionals in the United States (PDF)

Ted S. Lodge & Daniel J. McCauley, Jr.

267

The duties and liabilities of auditors under Swiss law (PDF)

Peter Forstmoser

305

Annual Bibliography (PDF)

 

317

 

Volume 5, Issue 2 - Published as University of Pennsylvania Journal of Comparative Business and Capital Market Law

Increased access to United States capital markets: A brief look at the SEC’s new integrated disclosure rules for foreign issuers (PDF)

Barbara S. Thomas

129

The convergence of commercial and investment banking: New directions in the financial services industry (PDF)

Harvey L. Pitt & Julie L. Williams

137

The Belgian bill to amend the corporation law - new perspectives for Belgian securities regulation (PDF)

Claude Lempereur

195

What happens when countries cannot pay their bank loans? The renegotiation process (PDF)

Jack Guttentag & Richard Herring

209

 

Volume 5, Issue 1 - Published as University of Pennsylvania Journal of Comparative Business and Capital Market Law

Editorial announcement: Journal of Comparative Business and Capital Market Law (PDF)

 

1

Multinational banking and regulation: An economist’s point of view (PDF)

Pierre-Bruno Ruffini

3

The SICOVAM and current accounts for securities (PDF)

Nicole Decoopman

23

Takeover bids in Belgium (PDF)

R. Wtterwulghe

41

Treatment of foreign securities in Belgian commercial and company law (PDF)

Rene Leclercq

55

Developments in French law on disclosure and trading of securities (PDF)

P. Macqueron

71

Commercial bribes: The Swiss answer (PDF)

Anne Lachat-Heritier

79

Developments in defensive tactics to tender offers: A study of the Whittaker-Brunswick (PDF)

Arthur Fleischer, Jr. & Elizabeth A. Raymond

97