International economic law

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International economic law is a field of international law that regulates the behavior of states, international organizations and firms operating in the international arena. International economic law, as a sub-discipline of international law, subsumes the following fields:

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  1. ^ http://topics.law.cornell.edu/wex/international_economic_law International Economic Law, Cornell Law School, Legal Information Institute (Wex)