Conclusion of international commercial transactions by electronic means may serve to save the money, time and to enhance the spectrum of potential partners. Notwithstanding the mentioned benefits, the parties to international commercial transactions are still reluctant to make use of electronic communications to conclude their transactions. This book, therefore provides answers to the question: 'What practical problems exist and should be solved or respectively regulated in order to enhance the number of conclusion of international commercial transactions by electronic means?'. This book among other things, identifies the main international sources, regulating international commercial transactions concluded by electronic means; identifies the problematic aspects related to the formation, interpretation and performance of international commercial transactions concluded by electronic means. Because of lack of relevant investigations and precedents formed by courts, the results and recommendations of this analysis will be useful to professionals and academic society.