Trade Regionalism in Europe: Towards an Integrated Approach
Part of the ZEI Studies in European Economics and Law book series (ZEIS, volume 4)
The political and economic maps of Europe have changed beyond recognition since the European Community (EC) was established 40 years ago.
KeywordsEuropean Union European Community Custom Union Free Trade Area European Economic Area
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