This book outlines features of international business transactions, and discusses their various associated risks.
For the successful completion of an international business transaction, depending on its terms, both parties need access to funds. This text deals with financing mechanisms mainly in the international sale of goods and in overseas construction projects. Concerning financing international sale of goods, it discusses export working capital financing, documentary credit, negotiation of bills of exchange, export factoring, and international forfaiting. Concerning financing an overseas construction project, this book discusses supplier and buyer credit, project finance, syndicated loans, and independent guarantees (or standby letters of credit). The book also covers export credit insurance (or export credit guarantee), which is very useful for the facilitation of financing in the international sale of goods and in overseas construction projects.
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Sang Man Kim is a Professor of International Trade at Duksung Women's University, South Korea. He is an Attorney at Law in New York, and an arbitrator and mediator at the Korean Commercial Arbitration Board. In his former role as a Deputy Director at the Korea Trade Insurance Corporation, he worked as an underwriter and legal consultant for Korean international trade for a period of 15 years. He holds a BA in Law, an MD in International Business Transactions Law, and a PhD in Commercial Law from Korea University, and an LLM from the University of Minnesota Law School. Over the last 20 years, he has practiced and studied international trade and international business transactions law, and has published 76 articles and 10 books on these topics.
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