First published in 1999, This book aims to study international leasing, in which it mainly looks at leasing on an international scale; considering how we define leasing itself and in the context of the international financial world.
1. Introduction. 2. Theory of Leasing. 3. Theory of International Leasing. 4, International Trade and International Leasing. 5. International Finance and International Leasing. 6. International Leasing Investment. 7. Leasing as a Device of International Marketing. 8. International Leasing Analysis: Principles, Techniques and Factors. 9. International Leasing Analysis; Double-Dip Issue. 10. Lessees : Strategy and Decision of International Leasing. 11. Lessors: Strategy and Decision of International Leasing. 12. International Sale – and -leaseback. 13. Leasing in Emerging Markets: Eastern Europe and China. 14. Conclusions.
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