Principles of European Union Law
This advanced study guide provides a comprehensive teaching tool on laws governing European Union business practices. Chapter 1 looks at the history, growth, and future of the EU. Chapters 2 and 3 focus on critical EU processes behind lawmaking and litigation. Chapter 4 examines the free movement of goods, services, capital, and people in the EU, while Chapter 5 covers a broad selection of internal EU policies, ranging from taxation to agriculture. The EU's complex external trade and customs law is analyzed in Chapter 6. Antitrust law and competition is covered in Chapter 7, the last chapter.
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