Trade and Environment in the EC and the WTO: A Legal Analysis
Europa Law Publishing, 2002 - 502 pages
This study describes and compares the rules of the European Community and the World Trade Organization on the liberalization of trade in goods and measures taken by members of these organizations for the protection of the environment.
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