Trade in Food: Regulatory and Judicial Approaches in the EC and the WTO
Cameron May, 2007 - 540 pages
Trade in Food surveys and explores the evolution of the European Community's regulation of food within the broader framework set out by the WTO Agreements. Its main purpose is to provide readers keen to deepen their knowledge of the field with easy access to the EC and WTO food laws accompanied by a critical explanation and commentary. The book is suitable for legal practitioners, judges, policy-makers, officials of international organizations as well as post graduate students of international trade law and policy, international and European economic law, global administrative law and risk regulation.
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