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Business Law Exam #3 (Final) Study Guide

This study guide, created for Law and Business I and the University of South Florida includes all study guide materials necessary for Exam #1. It follows chapters 15-30 of the textbook created for this class.

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Chapter 15-30
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2017/2018
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A Basic Guide to International Business Law
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Jan Keizer, Harm Weavers
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