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State Monopolies of a Commercial Character (Article 37 of the EEC Treaty) and Their Importance in Connection with Portugal\u27s Accession to the European Communities

By Maria I. Jalles
Topics: state, monopoly, commercial, Article 37, EEC Treaty, Portugal, accession, European Communities, international agreement, liberalization, world trade, Stockholm Convention, EFTA, service monopoly, adjustment, abolition, safeguard clauses, Treaty of Rome, non-discrimination, Court of Justice, Article 222, state import and export monopoly, foreign trade policy, petroleum, alcohol, tariff, trade barrier, state trading, non-tariff, European Free Trade Association, exclusive rights, public authority, equal treatment, undertakings, progressive adjustment, Constitutional Law, European Law, International Trade Law
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Georgia Law
Year: 2015
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.law.uga.edu:gjicl-1989
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