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Jordan Motors, Inc. opens a dealership in Frankfurt, Germany, selling American cars.
Jordan Motors, Inc. opens a dealership in Frankfurt, Germany, selling American cars. In its advertising campaign, Jordan claims that for the next two weeks only, it will beat the price on any comparable German car by 500 Euros. Faced with this threat to its market share, Hartman Autos, A.G. slashes its prices to cost. Andrea Giebbels comes to Jordan's showroom with a written quote of Hartman's price for its bottom-of-the-line German car and demands that Jordan sell her twenty of its bottom-of-the-line cars for a substantial loss. Jordan refuses. If Fraulein Giebbels brings a cause of action against Jordan, will she be able to enforce Jordan's offer? If Hartman sues, can it have Jordan's advertising campaign enjoined?
this is international business law.