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AZIZUL HUQUE, M. (1892 - 1947), Commerce Member, Governor-General’s Executive Council, India, 1943–46

Ann M. Carlos and Frank D. Lewis. Commerce by a Frozen Sea: Native Americans and the European Fur Trade. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 2010. Pp. viii, 260. $49.95

J.M. Mousseron, J. Raynard, R. Fabre, J.-L. Pierre, Droit du commerce international – Droit international de l’entreprise, Litec, Paris, 1997, p. 517, ISBN 2-7111-2743-5.

Conflict and Commerce on the Rio Grande: Laredo, 1755–1955. By John A. Adams Jr. (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2008. xviii, 286 pp. $29.95, ISBN 978-1-60344-042-4.)

Practice of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation. Commentary by M.G. Rozenberg (Praktika Mejduna-rodnogo kommertcheskogo arbitragnogo suda. Nautchno-praktitcheskii kommentarii. Sostavitel i avtor kommentaria M.G. Rozenberg). Moscow, 1997, International Center of Financial-Economic Development. 288 p., ISBN 5-7709-0069-5

Arbitration practice of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation for the year 1998, collected by M.G. Rozenberg. (Arbitrajnaia praktika MKAS pri TPP RF za 1998 g. Sostavitel M.G. Rozenberg). Moscow, 1999, Statut ed., 272 p. ISBN 5-8354-0013-6.

MOULD-GRAHAM, Robert (1895 - 1979), Consultant, Graham Proom & Smith, Chartered Accountants, Newcastle upon Tyne and Sunderland, 1966–76; Secretary, Royal British Legion Attendants Co. Ltd; Director: Cold Rolling Mills Ltd; A. M. Forster Ltd, 1951–76; Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd (Local Board), 1930–68; Northern Rock Building Society, 1939–71 (Chairman, 1954–67); W. E. Moffett and Co. Ltd, 1946–69 (Chairman); Part-time Member North Eastern Electricity Board, 1956–65; President Tyneside Chamber of Commerce, 1963–65


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Sometimes known as mobile commerce. The use of mobile devices such as PDAs or mobile phones in electronic commerce. An example of M-commerce would be the downloading of restaurant details to a mobile phone with the restaurants paying some form of yellow page fee.

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