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Islamic law and business contracts and legal protection in economic relations with the Arab countries of the Gulf area : symposium, 16/17th November 1982 at the Hotel International Zurich-Oerlikon by

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Published by RHZ, ASCCI in [Zurich], [Geneva] .
Written in English



  • Arab countries


  • Commercial law (Islamic law) -- Arab countries -- Congresses.,
  • Contracts (Islamic law) -- Congresses.,
  • Arab countries -- Foreign economic relations -- Congresses.

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English, French, and German.

Statementedited by Arthur Gloor ; organized by RHZ, Reisehochschule Zürich, Abteilung Aussenhandel [and] Arab-Swiss Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
ContributionsGloor, Arthur., Reisehochschule Zürich. Abteilung Aussenhandel., Arab-Swiss Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
LC ClassificationsLAW
The Physical Object
Pagination211 p. :
Number of Pages211
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3219772M
LC Control Number83129306

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