European Union Legislation 2012-2013

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Routledge, Aug 15, 2012 - Law - 681 pages
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II Tables of Equivalences for Converting Treaty Numbers
III Fundamental Rights
IV Provisions Governing the Institutions
V Internal Market
VI Competition Law
VII Social Policy
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Jeff Kenner is Professor of European Law at the University of Nottingham.

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