oa Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa - New trends in European Community law
|Article Title||New trends in European Community law|
|© Publisher:||Institute of Foreign and Comparative Law|
|Journal||Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa|
|Affiliations||1 Frankfurt am Main|
|Publication Date||Nov 1998|
|Pages||258 - 287|
|Keyword(s)||Anti-dumping, Antitrust, Concerns, European Business law, European Community law and Foreign business strategies|
Community competition and international trade law is expanding at such a rate that more and more law is developing in increasingly less and less time. To illustrate, supplements to authoritative works on EC competition law - such as the infamous Bellamy and Child on European antitrust law - are now as long Â·as the first editions of the works. The number of decisions and other important texts keeps multiplying, especially decisions by the European Court of First Instance. This poses the formidable problem of weeding out the irrelevant from the relevant, and the relevant from the very relevant. The material selected for this discussion was chosen particularly with an eye to the potential needs of Japanese business exporters. With this in mind, this article includes the most important and up-to-date issues in European antitrust and international trade law.
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