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The front matter section of the book State Succession and Commercial Obligations contains table of contents, foreword, acknowledgments and list of abbreviations. State Succession and Commercial Obligations sets out to answer once and for all the age-old question: Do commercial obligations survive state succession? Tai-Heng Cheng accomplishes this goal via careful analyses of efforts by the United Nations to codify the law of state succession, as well as of recent state successions involving East Timor, Hong Kong, Macau, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union.

Keywords: commercial obligations; state succession; United Nations



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