This guide provides references to free and subscription services. The sections on international economic law, treaties, the United Nations, private international law, international organizations and international commercial arbitration are particularly relevant.
The site provides links to more than 4000 web sites related to international trade. Topics range from ‘Entering International Markets’ to “Codes, Standards and Conversions’. FITA also offers a bi-weekly email newsletter that discusses 4-5 sites included in the index.
Maintained by the Foreign and International Librarians at the Georgetown University School of Law, the guide provides annotated links pointing to the "best sites" for many international economic law topics along with links to primary documents. It provides access to research guides on international economic law and related topics and authoritative citations to international instruments. Topics include commercial, competition, development, economics, finance, government and trade.
A joint project of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund, the GBLD is a collection of commercial banking, central bank, and deposit insurance laws of jurisdictions that are representative of the regions of the world as well as international financial centers. The laws of 40 countries or regions are available.
A comprehensive site on the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG), the uniform international sales law of countries that account for two-thirds of all world trade. The site includes a very good guide to researching CISG issues and international commercial law as well as an annotated text of the CISG which includes links to legislative history, scholarly writings and case law.