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Developing Intra-regional Exchanges through the Abolition of Commercial and Tariff Barriers / L’abolition des barrières commerciales et tarifaires dans la région de l’Océan indien

Myth or Reality? / Mythe ou réalité ?

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Edited By Stéphanie Rohlfing-Dijoux

This book is related to the development of intraregional commercial exchanges in the region of the Indian Ocean. This issue is addressed from an economic as well as from a legal point of view. The contributions, in English and French, aim to present an overview of the economic, customs-related, technical, legal and cultural restraints that hinder the creation of a free trading area.

Cet ouvrage est consacré au développement des échanges commerciaux intrarégionaux dans la région de l’Océan Indien. Cette question est examinée sous un angle politique, économique et juridique. Les différentes contributions, en anglais et en français, visent à établir un état des lieux des freins économiques, douaniers, techniques, juridiques et culturels à la création d’un espace de libre échange.

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La Convention sur la vente internationale de marchandises comme droit harmonisé de la vente internationale : mythe ou réalité ? (Jean-Baptiste Seube)

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La Convention sur la vente internationale de marchandises comme droit harmonisé de la vente internationale

Mythe ou réalité ?

Jean-Baptiste SEUBE

France adhered to the CISG a long time ago. In July 2014, Madagascar deposited their instruments of ratification at the United Nations’ headquarters. The CISG is often presented as the global law of international sales which facilitates economical exchanges by avoiding the torments raised by the designation of the applicable law. The reality, however, is not as simple as it may seem: if the CISG can represent a significant economical gain for firms, it contains however some traps compelling the contracting parties to refer to their national laws. This contribution will highlight the respective situations of France, Madagascar and Mauritius.

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