This Article discusses some of the difficulties of multinational contracting by examining some major differences in the American and Japanese methods of allocating contractual responsibilities. His insights are offered in the hope that debate over the differing concepts will lead to greater understanding and facilitate further international dealings.
Contractual Assurances in Multinational Agreements to Purchase or Sell U.S. Businesses--Cultural Differences Heighten Normal Conflicts,
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