At its most elemental, ‘doing business’ is the movement of goods, knowledge, and services between and within business enterprises. These exchanges are common-place within States, of course. There, they are regulated by domestic laws of various sorts, albeit domestic laws sometimes informed by international instruments. When enterprises do business across national borders, their activities often attract designation as international trade. International trade is closely regulated by rules of international law, designed in the final instance to minimize the...
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