The European Internal Market and International Trade: A Legal Analysis

Hardcover | July 1, 1995

byPiet Eeckhout

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This is a detailed and thoroughly-researched account of the legal aspects of international trade with the EC in the context of the completion of the internal market in the EC.It is a subject of immense practical importance in a world economy in which international trade, particularly in financial services, transport, intellectual property, and telecommunications, plays an ever increasing part. This book examines the laws affecting all these sectors offering a detailedtreatment of those areas most frequently encountered in practice. As such it will be invaluable to all practitioners and specialists involved in EC and International trade law.

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This is a detailed and thoroughly-researched account of the legal aspects of international trade with the EC in the context of the completion of the internal market in the EC.It is a subject of immense practical importance in a world economy in which international trade, particularly in financial services, transport, intellectual prope...

Piet Eeckhout is a Professor of EC Law at University of Ghent (European Institute) and Free University of Brussels.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:434 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.22 inPublished:July 1, 1995Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198259034

ISBN - 13:9780198259039

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`One must hope that Eeckhout's conclusions and well-founded suggestions will not be ignored. Eeckhout's work as a whole is a most successful attempt to paint a critical picture of the administrative and legal aspects of the external trade of the European Union. The work is equally importantfor theory and for practice.'Journal of International Banking Law