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(p. 257) Part II Introduction to the Substantive Law of the European Union 

(p. 257) Part II Introduction to the Substantive Law of the European Union

Nigel Foster

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date: 05 April 2020

This chapter discusses EU law on the free movement of goods. It covers legislative provisions; progress towards the treaty goals; integration methods; the establishment of the internal market; the prohibition of discriminatory taxation; summary on tariff barriers; quantitative restrictions and measures having equivalent effect; the ban of Art 34 TFEU and derogations of Art 36 TFEU; equally applicable measures (indistinctly applicable measures); and notable cases including Dassonville, Cassis de Dijon, Keck, and Mithouard.

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