Problems of commercial law are apt to be similar or at least comparable in all commercial countries, so that in this field, perhaps more than in any other, foreign experience is likely to be instructive. As was said by a leading English scholar, "The value of comparative investigation of commercial law is so obvious as to make it unnecessary to labour the point."
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Peter Winship, As the World Turns: Revisiting Rudolf Schlesinger's Study of the Uniform Commercial Code in the Light of Comparative Law, 29 Loy. L. A. L. Rev. 1143 (1996)