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Financing International Trade

ISBN-13: 978-1567206227
ISBN-10: 1567206220
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"Financing International Trade reflects Jim's experience and scholarly contributions to the field. It is precise, easy to read and provides an in-depth guide to every aspect of international trade financing. Not only should it be read by all those seiously involved in international trade financing, it also serves as an important reference to global financing."-Philip R. Cateora Fellow, Academy of International Business Professor Emeritus University of Colorado-Boulder

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JAMES C. BAKER is Professor of Finance and International Business at Kent State University. He is the author of several books on international trade and finance, including two published by Quorum Books, a former imprint of Greenwood Publishing Group: Foreign Direct Investment in Less Developed Countries: The Role of ICSID and MIGA (1999) and The Bank for International Settlements: Evolution and Evaluation (2002).

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