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Commerce Related Sites

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Accountancy and Auditing

Banking

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Companies, Corporate Information

Business Information, Corporate Information, Company Profiles
Papers & Magazines
Stock Exchanges

Economics Links

Finance Links

Finance Sites
Funds
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Retirement Sites
Full Service Brokers
Discount Brokers

Insurance Links This list does not attempt to be exhaustive. It provides links to sources we have found particularly useful, and to other more comprehensive lists of sources on the subject.

International Affairs Related Links

Project Finance

Taxation

Trade Related Links

Transport Related Links

Development Issues

Information Technology and Law - Development Issues

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Manifest

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Lex Mercatoria: Commerce Sites

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Lex Mercatoria: Commerce Sites

Commerce Related Sites

Development Issues

This list does not attempt to be exhaustive. It provides links to sources we have found particularly useful, and to other more comprehensive lists of sources on the subject.

International Finance Corporation part of the World Bank Group

Soros Foundation Network including the Open Society. And the text that inspired the Soros Foundation Open Society: The Open Society and its Enemies Dr. KR Popper - Volume 1 Plato (0 415 04031 0) and Volume 2 Hegel and Marx (0 415 05134 7), Routledge Press.

Open Note to the Soros Foundation - a suggestion to the man and foundation: Negotiate a deal and if necessary buy the rights to the two volumes. Have "The Open Society and its Enemies" published on the Net in the same way that the "Open Sources" is published on the Net. I make no attempt to equate the "Open Society" and the Open Source movement, but do advocate the utility of such an action in furtherance of the objectives of the Open Society. Furthermore, if (legitimately) provided the texts in electronic form, we volunteer to create a professional html publication of those two texts on your behalf at no charge (together with cross-hyperlinked endnotes...). The positive irony is that there is a good possibility that it would increase sales of the paper publication as well! If anything happens with regard to the Net publication of this text, let us know.

Information Technology and Law - Development Issues

{ Zambian Legal Information Institute} ‹http://zamlii.zamnet.zm:8000/Access to Legal Information through the Internet: Possibilities and Applications in Zambia Jeffrey I. Ryen - September 9, 1996

"Choice of Arbitration Rules: The Dilemma of an African Adviser" Austin Amissah
Paper presented to the Arbitration Conference jointly sponsored by the Arbitration Association of South Africa, the International Chamber of Commerce, International Court of Arbitration, The London Court of International Arbitration, and the International Center for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (World Bank), Held in Johannesburg, South Africa, 6-8 March, 1997.


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