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Summary and Conclusions

  • Jola Gjuzi
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Abstract

This Chapter summarizes the main discussions made in this book in order to address the implications of the concept of sustainable development on the stabilization clause / regulatory power antinomy. The Chapter also offers the main suggestions and conclusions reached in the course of such discussions.

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  • Jola Gjuzi
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  1. 1.Kalo & Associates Law FirmTiranaAlbania

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