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Preferences And The Public Law Of International Trade: The End Of Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment?
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Economic Basis For Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment pdf icon

pp. 20-25

Political Basis For Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment pdf icon

pp. 25-32

The Preference Proposal pdf icon

pp. 32-32

Economic Basis For Preferences pdf icon

pp. 32-35

The Most-Favoured-Nation Principle And The Selection Of Developing Countries Who Will Participate In The Preference Scheme pdf icon

pp. 35-37

The Most-Favoured-Nation Principle And The Selection Of Products To Be Included In The Preference Scheme pdf icon

pp. 37-40

Summary: Developing Countries pdf icon

pp. 40-40

The Most-Favoured-Nation Principle And The Developed Countries…

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Verbit, G. P., “Preferences And The Public Law Of International Trade: The End Of Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment?”, in: Colloques/Workshop Series, The Hague Academy of International Law. Consulted online on 21 May 2019 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/1875-8096_pplcoll_ej.9789028616721.19_374.2>
First published online: 1969



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