Legal analysis of globalization from the perspective of international commercial law

The Law, like society, has suffered an evolutionary phenomenon trying to cover in each of its manifestations, the diverse and new forms of behaviors or actions that arise from human, political, social, environmental and state relationships, among others; commerce and economy are not indifferent to t...

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Autores Principales: García Atra, Lizeth Juliana, Calderón Marenco, Eduardo
Formato: Artículo (Article)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Departamento de Derecho Económico 2020
Acceso en línea:https://revistas.uexternado.edu.co/index.php/contexto/article/view/6609
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Sumario:The Law, like society, has suffered an evolutionary phenomenon trying to cover in each of its manifestations, the diverse and new forms of behaviors or actions that arise from human, political, social, environmental and state relationships, among others; commerce and economy are not indifferent to these new regulations, because, in addition to being one of the oldest activities of humanity that displays its exercise beyond the territorial borders of a State, it generates undoubted direct economic benefits to each State. That said, it is necessary to accept that a large part of a country's healthy economy requires the exchange of goods and services to meet primary needs, and, secondly, states and their citizens require that these commercial exchanges expand beyond its territory to obtain goods that are not within the reach of national productions, or to acquire raw materials that result in finished products. It is then that this article will attempt to outline the most forceful changes that the phenomenon of Globalization has generated with special emphasis on the international commercial law. In order to do so, a study of the main doctrinal positions will be expressed so as to outline two fundamental elements in this area: harmonization and unification; these methods have contributed to a global commerce law for providing a process that has recently begun or, at least, whose accent and speed have become magnificent in recent times, thanks to fundamental factors, such as new technologies and computer components.