1993: The European Market, Myth Or Reality?
Dennis Campbell, Charles Flint
Kluwer Law and Taxation Publishers, Jan 1, 1994 - Law - 237 pages
The central question in this book is whether we can find practical, besides theoretical, evidence for the existence of a single market in Europe and what is its practical meaning for the Member States and their trading partners.Besides this business perspective on the single market the authors have treated developments occuring outside the limit EC context, such as the GATT negotiations or the issue of Swiss 'money laundering' which have an impact on the functioning of the European market.This book touches a wide variety of issues confronting politicians, businessmen and the general public today, as is reflected in the contents of its articles dealing with the EEA, competition law, merger control, supervision of banking services, money laundering, public procurement, environmental legislation, conflict solution in multi-lateral free trade arrangements, and the legal framework for suing in Europe.
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