The great strides being made in the creation of a single currency for use within the European Community have engendered major controversies over acceptable forms of financial transactions (e.g. the case of privacy in modern payment systems in the Netherlands).
This work presents in a single volume the national reports and the general report of the panel on financial transactions which convened at the Athens Conference on Comparative Law, 1994. It reviews the interrelationship between modern techniques for financial transactions and currencies, and the general report ties them all together, as well as distinguishing some common themes in dealing with modern financial transactions.
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