The purpose of this Article, as part of a legal symposium concerning international business transactions, is to focus upon the financing aspects of export transactions. Any anticipated commercial purchase of substantial magnitude will normally required that financing be available so as to enable the sales transaction to be completed. The fact that a sales transaction my result in an export from the United States does not cause financing requirements to disappear. In fact, particularly with respect to exports to developing countries, the need for credit may be greater than domestic credit requirements.
William P. Streng,
San Diego L. Rev.
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