Cross Border transactions in International Trade Law refer to commercial transactions that involve the movement of goods, services, capital or technology across national borders. These Transactions are governed by International trade agreements, such as the World Trade Organization (WTO) and regional trade agreements, as well as national laws. The main objectives of international trade law are to promote free and fair trade, ensure market access, reduce trade barriers, and provide a level playing field for all participants. Key issues in cross-border transactions include tariffs, quotas, intellectual property rights, and dispute resolution mechanisms. Ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of cross-border transactions is critical for the growth and development of the global economy.